Monthly Archives: May 2015

Kent ranked as top 20 UK law school in latest Guardian University Guide

Kent continues to rank as one of the best law schools in the UK, achieving a position of 17th in the national Guardian Good University Guide 2016 subject league table for law, published this week. This year’s position sees the … Continue reading

Posted in alumni, news, research | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Enforcement of EU Environmental Law

In the second edition of his monograph Enforcement of EU Environmental Law: Legal Issues and Challenges (Routledge), Senior Law Lecturer at Kent Law School Martin Hedemann-Robinson reveals that much remains to be done to ensure proper implementation of EU environmental … Continue reading

Posted in news, research | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Proposals for new Policing Authority in Ireland have been ‘watered down’

Concerns expressed by policing expert Dr Vicky Conway that the Irish Government’s proposals for a new independent Policing Authority have been ‘watered down’ are heavily quoted in an article published in the Irish Examiner. Dr Conway’s comments come after the … Continue reading

Posted in expert comment, news | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Temporary and part-time workers may be subject to job centre surveillance

Family law expert Dr Ruth Cain says temporary and part-time workers may be subject to job centre surveillance following the introduction of Universal Credit (UC), the Government’s new benefits regime. Dr Cain says: ‘Many may not be aware that once … Continue reading

Posted in expert comment, news, research | Tagged , | Leave a comment

International Law and Politics Collaborative Research Network

A new Collaborative Research Network (CRN) on International Law and Politics has been established with the support of academics from Kent Law School. The CRN network has been organised by Kent Law Lecturer Dr Luis Eslava in collaboration with Dr … Continue reading

Posted in news, research | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Careers workshop for students interested in international law

A careers workshop for students interested in pursuing a career in international law has been organised by the Centre for Critical International Law (CeCIL) at Kent Law School. The workshop, taking place on Tuesday 19 May in Rutherford Lecture Theatre … Continue reading

Posted in news | Tagged | Leave a comment

LLM students to attend UNESCO Cultural Heritage meeting

Dr Sophie Vigneron and four Kent LLM students will travel to the UNESCO headquarters in Paris on 18 May, to attend and assist the third meeting of the State Parties to the 1970 UNESCO Convention on the Means of Prohibiting … Continue reading

Posted in news, research | Leave a comment

Final year student wins two Kent Student Awards for contribution to Kent Law Campaign

Final year LLB student Billy Yu Lok Ng has won two Kent Student Awards for his substantial and long-running contribution to the Kent Law Campaign, receiving the Outstanding Fundraiser of the Year Award and the coveted Chancellor’s Employability Points Award … Continue reading

Posted in news | Leave a comment

Kent is one of top 150 law schools in the world

Kent Law School is placed among the top 150 law schools in the world in the latest QS World University Rankings. Its position in the QS World University Rankings by Subject places the School 20th out of only 28 UK … Continue reading

Posted in alumni, news, research | Tagged , , | Leave a comment