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‘Terence O’Malley DLA Piper Scholars’ named
Joan Ighile and Annie Forde

13 May 2022 / education Print

‘Terence O’Malley DLA Piper Scholars’ named

Two NUI Galway law students from Sligo have been awarded special scholarships, created in partnership between the global law firm DLA Piper and the university’s School of Law. 

Annie Forde, from Enniscrone, Co Sligo, and Joan Ighile, from Sligo town, have been named the ‘Terence O’Malley DLA Piper Scholars’ for the academic year 2021/22.

Undergrads

Both students are undertaking the undergraduate degree in Law (BCL), Criminology and Criminal Justice, at NUI Galway’s School of Law.

The Terence O’Malley DLA Piper Scholarship is named after the firm’s chairman emeritus, who has family roots in the West of Ireland.

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