€5m legal costs for Irish universities since 2006

Ireland“Third-level colleges have spent more than €5m in legal fees since 2006, according to documents seen by the Sunday Tribune. The documents detail the amount that each of the country’s seven universities have paid – but the figures exclude settlement costs which are likely to be much higher. The worst offender on the list is University College Cork which has racked up a substantial €1.4m in legal costs. Coming in at a close second is Trinity College, Dublin, with €919,300 …” (more)

[Jennifer Bray, Sunday Tribune, 26 July]


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