CAO Code: DC232 Minimum Requirements: Leaving Certificate with Grade C3 in Two Higher Level Subjects and Grade D3 in four Ordinary or Higher Level Subjects(which must include Mathematics and either English or Irish) Contact: Dr Olivia Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +353 1 700 6049 Room: C221 Fee information Why study the BCL (Law and Society) at DCU? There is a strong focus in the BCL (Law and Society) on the interaction between society and the law which distinguishes this from other traditional law degrees. It is an exciting, innovative degree which will provide students with a strong academic foundation as well as an array of related applied skills. This law degree will help you to develop a wide range of multidisciplinary and transferable skills which are attractive to employers. In addition to learning about the law and the context in which the law operates, you will develop oral and written communication skills, the ability to think in a critical and analytical way, a sense of social and community awareness, as well as problem-solving, teamwork and research skills. Students on the BCL (Law and Society) will benefit from the skills and expertise of a dedicated, supportive and highly-qualified academic team from the School of Law and Government.