Monthly Archives: February 2015

Head of Criminal Justice at Kent Police is guest speaker on 4 March

Chief Superintendent Adrian Futers, the Head of Criminal Justice at Kent Police, has been invited to speak to students about his role on Wednesday 4 March. The talk is one of a series of guest speaker events organised by the … Continue reading

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Skype session for students interested in studying the Kent LLM

Students considering a Masters in Law are invited to Skype with Kent LLM Student Ambassadors on Wednesday 4 March. Kent LLM Student Ambassadors will be available to answer any questions you may have about studying a postgraduate taught degree at … Continue reading

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Dr Zartaloudis reflects on ‘thinking’ government of Syriza

In the wake of recent elections in Greece, Dr Thanos Zartaloudis, offers a philosophical reflection on the hope that ensues from the ‘thinking’ government of Syriza in a post written for the Critical Legal Thinking blog. In his post, entitled … Continue reading

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Individual Fellowship for research into models of non-monogamy

Kent Law School will welcome a post-doctoral scholar on a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship from October. Mariano Croce, from the University of Antwerp, has been awarded the funding for a research project entitled ‘Confronting sexual pluralism: the regulatory dilemmas and … Continue reading

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Research grant to explore Irish State’s engagement with child sexual abuse

Kent Law Lecturer Dr Sinéad Ring has been awarded more than £1.7K by the Socio Legal Studies Association Research Grant Scheme to investigate the Irish State’s engagement with child sexual abuse from 1950-1990. Dr Ring’s project entitled, ‘Wilful Ignorance? Exploring … Continue reading

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Kent law students to compete in national final of Negotiation Competition

A team of Kent law students has secured a place in the national final of the annual Negotiation Competition. Sean Wells and Tomi Popoola came second in the regional heat held in London. They were one of three teams from … Continue reading

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Kent students win place in national client interviewing competition

Kent students Jessica Edwards and Eugene O’Sullivan have won a place at the national final of the Client Interviewing Competition for England & Wales. They will be competing for a chance to represent both Kent, and the UK, in the … Continue reading

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Professor Wade Mansell awarded title of Emeritus Professor

Professor Wade Mansell has been awarded the title of Emeritus Professor in acknowledgement of more than 40 years of distinguished academic service at Kent. Professor Mansell was first appointed as a Lecturer at Kent Law School on 1 October 1971. … Continue reading

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Law School team in charity abseil for Canterbury Housing Advice Centre

A team from Kent Law School will be abseiling 135 feet down an office building to raise funds for Canterbury Housing Advice Centre (CHAC). Team ‘Abseil-utely Bonkers’ includes Head of School Professor Didi Herman. Taking the plunge with her are … Continue reading

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Professor Perry-Kessaris shortlisted for Socio-Legal Article Prize

An article written by Kent legal academic Professor Amanda Perry-Kessaris has been shortlisted for the Socio-Legal Article Prize 2015. The article, ‘The Case for a Visualised Economic Sociology of Legal Development’, originally published in the journal Current Legal Problems (Vol. … Continue reading

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