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UCC School of Law students awarded first RDJ scholarships
Laya Little, RDJ managing partner Richard Martin and Imamma Eunice Ikebuasi

11 Nov 2021 / education Print

UCC law students awarded RDJ scholarships

The first recipients of the Ronan Daly Jermyn (RDJ) diversity scholarship have been named.

The funds support students from minority ethnic backgrounds studying law at UCC, with the aim of encouraging diversity in the legal profession.

Donation

RDJ has donated €40,000 over four years for the scholarships, which will be awarded to two UCC School of Law students each year, beginning with this academic year (2021/22).

Imamma Eunice Ikebuasi and Laya Little were chosen as the first scholarship recipients following a competitive selection process based on exam results, a personal statement, a 1,000-word essay discussing the topic: ‘The Need for Diversifying the Legal Profession in Ireland’, and an interview.

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