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Matheson honours beloved colleague Cara
Tara Doyle of Matheson, Professor Mark Bell, Professor Ivana Bacik and Michael Jackson of Matheson  

15 Mar 2019 / education Print

Matheson honours beloved late colleague Cara O'Hagan

Matheson is funding a diversity and inclusion scholarship in association with Trinity College Dublin (TCD).

The scholarship will be open to second year undergraduate law students in TCD including students on the Higher Education Access Route (HEAR) or the Disability Access Route to Education (DARE) schemes, mature students and students who face barriers to participation at third level.


Matheson managing partner Michael Jackson said the firm was proud to partner with Trinity College Dublin in the initiative to further social mobility, named the Cara Commitment “in honour of our late partner, and Trinity graduate, Cara O’Hagan”.

The recipient will receive:

  • a place on Matheson’s summer internship programme,
  • €5,000 for each remaining academic year of their undergraduate degree,
  • an assigned Matheson mentor and
  • access to the firm’s library and online learning platform.

To find out more visit www.matheson.com 

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