Cork Students ‘Hold Court’ at the Bar of Ireland Transition Year Programme

22 February 2016
By Tom O’Sullivan
tom@TheCork.ie

The Law Library Picture Conor McCabe Photography
 Darragh O’Keefe from Coláiste Treasa, Kanturk, Co. Cork was one of 100 students from around Ireland who took part The Bar of Ireland’s Transition Year Programme this month. Darragh is pictured receiving his ‘certificate of participation’ from the Chief Justice Mrs. Justice Susan Denham. The TY Programme, which included shadowing a barrister, mock trials, court visits, talks from court Gardaí and journalists, is designed to encourage students from all backgrounds to consider a career at The Bar. Picture Conor McCabe Photography.
The Law Library Picture Conor McCabe Photography
Culann McCarthy from Schull Community College, Schull, Co. Cork was one of 100 students from around Ireland who took part The Bar of Ireland’s Transition Year Programme this month. Culann is pictured receiving his ‘certificate of participation’ from the Chief Justice Mrs. Justice Susan Denham.  Picture Conor McCabe Photography.
The Law Library Picture Conor McCabe Photography
Ben Stafford from CBS Secondary School Midleton, Co. Cork was one of 100 students from around Ireland who took part The Bar of Ireland’s Transition Year Programme this month. Ben is pictured receiving his ‘certificate of participation’ from the Chief Justice Mrs. Justice Susan Denham. Picture Conor McCabe Photography.
The Law Library Picture Conor McCabe Photography
CMC2223 – 92 Caption: Laura O’Keeffe from Coláiste Choilm, Ballincollig, Co. Cork was one of 100 students from around Ireland who took part The Bar of Ireland’s Transition Year Programme this month. Laura is pictured receiving her ‘certificate of participation’ from the Chief Justice Mrs. Justice Susan Denham. Picture Conor McCabe Photography.

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