Monthly Archives: July 2014

Austerity, Gender and Household Finances: Call for papers

Scholars are invited to submit abstracts for the Austerity, Gender and Household Financesconference taking place at the University of Kent on 27/28 June 2015. The conference, one of a number of projects marking the University of Kent’s 50th anniversary, will … Continue reading

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Annual graduation and prize-giving reception

A day of sunshine and celebrations for graduating Kent law students featured the annual Congregations ceremony in Canterbury Cathedral on Tuesday morning and an afternoon of awards at a prize-giving reception on campus. The sun shone down on the ancient … Continue reading

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Three honorary Doctor of Civil Law degrees for July

Baroness Stern, Lord Hastings and diplomat Shan Morgan will each receive an honorary Doctor of Civil Law degree from the University of Kent this month. Baroness Stern, a life peer in the House of Lords, has been awarded an honorary … Continue reading

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Fifty Years of Feminism at Kent

‘Fify Years of Feminism at Kent‘ is a 50th anniversary project organised by academics from the faculty of Social Sciences (including Kent Law School), to mark the important role Kent has played in the development of academic feminism. The project, … Continue reading

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Kent Law Clinic shortlisted for Halsbury Legal Awards

Hot on the heels of success in The Lawyer Awards 2014, Kent Law Clinic has been shortlisted in the Halsbury Legal Awards 2014. The Clinic is shortlisted for a ‘Law in the Community Award’ alongside Debevoise & Plimpton (a prominent … Continue reading

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