Dublin, Ireland (PressExposure) February 29, 2012 -- The Irish innocence project started by the Griffith College earlier is believed to be going quite strong with equal participation from students as well as the staff members. The students participating in this program are pursuing courses in Dublin colleges like Trinity and Griffith. Several initiatives are being suggested by dean as well as Director of the project David Langwallner BL to spread awareness about the program to all the students of the college who are undergoing legal education. The lectures organized at the college will assist students in getting information on the sole purpose of the project and also how the project works on a long term basis.
The much talked about project is said to be scheduled on 8th, 15th and 29th of the month of February in between the timings of 5:30pm to 6:30 pm in the school auditorium. Other than these lectures, a special skyped lecture is also being organized in the month of March and the main agenda discussed in this lecture will be on the operation procedure of the Innocence network. All the students undergoing legal studies from Griffith College or the Open University are welcomed to attend this program and the lecture. The director also declared information about the assignment on Criminal Law that all the second year students at the college have to undertake. Further the Director of the program stated about the importance of Certificate and Diploma courses that have played a very important role in propelling careers of law students globally. He believed that degrees are no longer holding any upper hand compared to certification programs in today's world of stiff competition.
Griffith College is an independent third level educational institution with different branches in regions like Limerick, Cork and Dublin. Griffith College offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes along with several training courses in legal sector.