Monthly Archives: November 2014

Kent housing issues highlighted in ‘Activism and Homelessness’ guest lecture

The plight of local people affected by housing issues has been highlighted in a guest lecture delivered by Kent doctoral law student Laura Binger. The event helped raise awareness of the Canterbury Housing Advice Centre (CHAC) who co-hosted the lecture … Continue reading

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Law School research features in new University publication

Research projects undertaken by Kent Law School staff are amongst those featured in a new publication celebrating the far-reaching impact of Kent researchers. Kent Research: Making a difference, has been produced for the University’s 50th anniversary and highlights the impact … Continue reading

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Explore the option of studying a taught Master’s degree in law

Social sciences graduates interested in exploring the option of studying a taught Master’s degree in law at Kent are invited to attend an information session on Wednesday 3 December. The session offers an opportunity to be introduced to the Kent … Continue reading

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Studentships now available for PhD studies at Kent Law School

Applications are invited from students keen to join Kent Law School’s vibrant postgraduate research community with a broad choice of studentships available to fund full-time PhD studies. Ranked 6th best law school in the UK in the 2008 Research Assessment … Continue reading

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International law firm Clifford Chance offers vacation scheme prize to Kent students

Leading international law firm Clifford Chance LLP have offered Kent students a chance to win a place on their vacation scheme during one of three recent visits to the Canterbury campus. The firm, one of Britain’s leading ‘Magic Circle’ law … Continue reading

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What can graphic design reveal about law?

Kent Professor Amanda Perry-Kessaris has staged an interactive ‘mini show’ on Twitter to explore what graphic design can reveal about people’s perception of law. Fourteen graphic designs were tweeted by Professor Perry-Kessaris throughout the course of one day with a … Continue reading

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Austerity, Gender and Household Finances: call for papers deadline extended

The call for papers for the Austerity, Gender and Household Finance conference taking place in June 2015, has been extended until 21 November. Four thematic streams at the conference will explore the impact of austerity on women and the vulnerable … Continue reading

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