Society | 16 September, 2016

First Minister and deputy First Minister attend opening of Queen's new £20 million School of Law

The First Minister Arlene Foster and deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness attended the opening of the new £20 million School of Law located in the Main Site Tower at Queen’s University.

Queen’s School of Law opening: Registrar and Chief Operating Officer James O’Kane, deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness, the First Minister Arlene Foster and Queen’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Patrick Johnston

The prestigious new home for the School of Law, led by Professor Sally Wheeler, is a key element in the major investment of £350m in world-class facilities for staff and students at the University. The unique facility provides a number of innovative teaching spaces including the Moot Court interactive teaching space. 

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