ELSA Ireland expresses our thanks to our partners and sponsors, who support us in achieving the ELSA vision of a just world in which there is respect for human dignity and cultural diversity.
ELSA Ireland Law School 2017 Corporate Partner
Eversheds Sutherland is Ireland’s only full service international law firm providing expert legal services to a predominantly business client base across a broad spectrum of areas. Their partners and solicitors strive to work in a collaborative partnership with their clients to deliver premium legal advice on time, and within budget through their innovative project management structure which is unique among the legal profession.
Eversheds Sutherland work with some of Ireland’s largest, most successful and progressive companies as well as many exciting and innovative smaller companies. What is really important to them is that every client receives personal attention, dedicated service and the most appropriate integrated advice.
Being the Irish member of Eversheds Sutherland means they can provide a seamless service right across Europe, the US, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. At local or international level, they aim to help all their clients in achieving their commercial objectives.
ELSA Ireland is proud to have Eversheds Sutherland Ireland as our Corporate Partner for the ELSA Ireland Law School on Corporate and Finance Law 2017.
ELSA Ireland Law School 2017 Academic Partner
Maynooth University prioritises their students’ experience, both academic and social. They want to ensure that you graduate with the best set of skills, to help you succeed in the world, whatever you decide to do.
Maynooth University is recognised as one of the leading new universities in the world, ranked #74 in the new Times Higher Education (THE) 100 Under 50 rankings. This ranking, which lists the world’s best 100 universities less than 50 years old, aims to show which countries are challenging the US and UK as the next education powerhouses.
The Maynooth University Department of Law aims to provide students with a world-class legal education, which is grounded in an appreciation of global social, economic, and cultural contexts and challenges. At the Department of Law, they will equip you with all of the core attributes required of the legal graduate, developing your problem-solving, advocacy, and legal writing skills. However, your studies here will take you far beyond the traditional legal curriculum. The Department will offer you critical insights from a range of other disciplines, including politics, psychology, economics, and sociology. You will also be exposed to the operation of the law in practice, through engagement with legal firms, public and private sector organisations, and community and voluntary groups. In short, they will ensure you gain an appreciation of the role of the law in everyday social, economic, and cultural life.
ELSA Ireland is proud to have the Maynooth University Department of Law as Academic Partner for the ELSA Ireland Law School on Corporate and Finance Law 2017. This is the third year Maynooth University Department of Law has sponsored the Law School and we look forward to working this the Department of Law again this year.
ELSA Ireland Law School 2017 General Partner
Fáilte Ireland is the National Tourism Development Authority. Their role is to support the tourism industry and work to sustain Ireland as a high-quality and competitive tourism destination. They provide a range of practical business supports to help tourism businesses better manage and market their products and services.
Fáilte Ireland works with other state agencies and representative bodies, at local and national levels, to implement and champion positive and practical strategies that will benefit Irish tourism and the Irish economy.
Fáilte Ireland promotes Ireland as a holiday destination through their domestic marketing campaign (DiscoverIreland.ie) and manage a network of nationwide tourist information centres that provide help and advice for visitors to Ireland.
We are proud to have them supporting the ELSA Ireland Law School 2017.