Students in law schools around the country are getting ready for the first day of the law school application season.
The deadline for students to apply for a law degree is Tuesday, April 18.
This is the last day for students who applied in January to apply by February 2, 2019.
Students who are applying in February are eligible for an extension to apply.
This means they can apply to the university for the year starting in March 2019.
To be eligible for the extension, students must have been accepted to law school by the end of February.
If a student doesn’t have enough time to apply in February, they are given an extension of up to three years, as long as they are accepted by May 1, 2019 and have been living at home for the last three years.
If they do not meet these criteria, they can be accepted to the law degree programme at any time during the extension.
The university will give students an extension letter, as well as a resume and CV, for their applications.
The application deadline for law degrees in Ireland is Wednesday, March 3.
The law school admissions office will open at 8am.
Students are required to present their documents in person.
They can submit the following documents:The law degree application forms, a copy of the university application forms for their school and an official transcript from their college.
All applicants should bring with them their academic transcript, diploma, and transcripts for law school.