Monthly Archives: June 2015

Students showcase richness and diversity of legal research

The richness and diversity of legal research undertaken by postgraduate research students at Kent Law School has been showcased at the School’s annual PhD Presentation Day this month. The work of 14 second-year PhD students was presented to supervisors, faculty … Continue reading

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Is space tourism travelling faster than space law?

Kent Space Law expert Dr Gbenga Oduntan warns of ‘criminal and civil jurisdictional nightmares’ as space tourism outpaces the development of space law in an article published online today by The Conversation: Is space tourism travelling faster than space law? … Continue reading

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Kent Law School Skills Hub team commended for its work supporting students

Kent Law School’s dedicated Skills Hub team has been formally commended for the value of its work supporting students in the annual University Teaching Prizes. Along with a commendation, the team has been awarded £500 in recognition of its role … Continue reading

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Kent public law expert joins panel discussing relevance of Magna Carta

Kent Public Law expert David Radlett contributed to a panel discussion on the continuing relevance of Magna Carta in the 21st century at Maidstone Crown Court Open Day. As events across the UK marked the 800th anniversary of the year … Continue reading

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Kent law student wins vacation scheme with Clifford Chance

Kent law student Charly Pennington has won a two-week vacation scheme with Magic Circle law firm Clifford Chance. Charly, who graduates with an LLB Law degree from Kent Law School in July, was one of just 20 students across the … Continue reading

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Kent International Law expert urges Nigeria’s new government to address “ingrained corruption”

Kent International Law expert Dr Gbenga Oduntan urges Nigeria’s new government to address “ingrained corruption” as a matter of priority in an article published online by The Conversation: Nigeria and corruption: what Presdent Buhari must do to tackle it Africa’s … Continue reading

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Conference exploring law and critical spatial practices

An interdisciplinary conference exploring the relationship of law with critical spatial practices will be held in London on Friday 19 June, co-organised by Kent Law School academic Dr Thanos Zartaloudis. ‘Thinking Spatial Practices with and against Law’ aims to address … Continue reading

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Regulating Time network issues call for papers

Kent Law School’s Regulating Time network has issued a call for papers for an edited collection. Co-ordinated jointly by Reader in Law at Kent Law School Dr Emily Grabham, and Dr Siân Beynon-Jones from the University of York, the network’s … Continue reading

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Gain insight into work of Kent Law Clinic via social media

A unique insight into pro-bono legal practice undertaken by staff and students at Kent Law Clinic can now be gained via social media. The Kent Law Clinic aims to provide a public service for local people who need legal advice … Continue reading

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Professor Grief talking about Marshall Islands’ ICJ cases at conference in Scotland

Kent Law School Professor Nick Grief is talking about nuclear weapons, international law and the Marshall Islands’ cases in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at the annual summer conference of the Scottish Public Law Group (SPLG) in Edinburgh today. … Continue reading

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