University College Cork:
University College Cork UCC is situated in south-west Ireland and was founded as a Queen’s College in 1845. The Law Department at UCC is at the forefront of legal research in Ireland, the EU and internationally in various areas, including environmental law, human rights, marine law, business law, comparative law, constitutional law and legal theory. It is composed of more than 30 full-time and permanent teaching and research staff, and a large cohort of masters and PhD research students. Internationally recognized research is carried out in the context of Irish government funding EU FP projects, World Bank and various other sources of funding.