Category : Legal issues

Third-level colleges to agree standard approach to student cheating in exams
UL paid €8 million for Dunnes building without seeing a structural report
Deaf law student awarded €3,000 after Griffith College refused to pay for sign language interpretation
Maynooth in the News
Academic unfairly dismissed by UCD had every right to be disaffected by terms and conditions, according to WRC
Seanad elections set to change after Supreme Court ruling
Sacking of TCD worker from €120k job after sexual assault case ‘not unfair’, says WRC
Colleges move to tackle threat posed by students using ChatGPT to pass work off as their own
New crackdown on rogue landlords after UCC area problems
University of Galway lecturer challenges suspension following ‘false accusation’ of sexual activity with student
Medical student lost €14,000 when college fees were redirected in money-laundering scam
UCD professor seeking to block university from granting commercialisation licence to rival company
MTU to track any potential data leaks online after securing injunction over cyber attack
MTU being blackmailed and held to ransom, court hears
University of Limerick sued by firm over patent for recycling old LCD screens
University of Limerick ordered to pay counsellor €50,000 for forced retirement
How should universities handle cases of blackmail by essay mills?
UCC student centre’s dismissal of hairdresser without notice was ‘unreasonable and unlawful’
Trinity College employee sacked after sexual assault plea drops bid to get €120,000-a-year job back
Sacked Trinity College employee claims he was unfairly dismissed after guilty plea to sexual assault on US tourist