Monthly Archives: November 2015

Research about women in casual work featured in national magazine

An article about the reality of life for women employed in ‘casual work’ by Kent Law School’s Dr Emily Grabham has been published in a national magazine. The article, ‘Balancing casual work with care’ has been published in Security Matters, … Continue reading

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Guest lecture helps raise awareness of local charity working to prevent homelessness

Property Law expert Professor Dave Cowan spoke about the implications of recent Supreme Court decisions for homelessness in the second annual lecture hosted jointly by Kent Law School and the Canterbury Housing Advice Centre (CHAC). The guest lecture was held … Continue reading

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Landmark report exposes the myths about UK surrogacy

A report by Kent Law School Senior Lecturer Dr Kirsty Horsey has discovered it is a myth that a high proportion of potential parents from the UK go overseas if they need to use surrogacy. Written in conjunction with Surrogacy … Continue reading

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Dr Alan McKenna interviewed by BBC Watchdog on drone use

Kent drone law expert Dr Alan McKenna confirmed his support for a compulsory drone registration scheme in an interview featured on the BBC 1’s flagship consumer affairs programme, Watchdog last night. The programme, (available to watch again on BBC iPlayer), featured … Continue reading

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New partnership with leading Brazilian university will benefit staff and students

A new partnership agreement between Kent Law School and a leading university in Brazil sets the seal on a long-term collaboration that will benefit academics and students alike. The agreement has been signed this month with the Law Faculty of … Continue reading

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Considering postgraduate study in Law? Come to one of our open events

Final year Law and non-law students are invited to learn more about postgraduate funding and study opportunities at Kent Law School by coming to one of four open events taking place in Canterbury, Brussels and Paris. Programmes at Kent Law … Continue reading

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Third Environmental Law Seminar: Environmental Law and Legal Practice

The difficulties of adapting environmental laws to real life situations were addressed during the third in a series of Environmental Law Seminars for Kent students this week. Guest speaker Elizabeth Hiester, formerly a Senior Lawyer at ClientEarth, London and Vice … Continue reading

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Buhari’s cabinet: solid choices, but too few women and too elitist

International Law expert Dr Gbenga Oduntan says there is no excuse for the “shoddy handling” of ministerial appointments in Nigeria in his latest article to be published by The Conversation. Buhari’s cabinet: solid choices, but too few women and too elitist Nigeria’s new cabinet, … Continue reading

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Top ten finish for Kent in international moot in Australia

A team of Kent Law students has secured a top ten finish in the 10th LAWASIA International Moot Competition 2015 held in Australia, coming sixth out of 19 teams. Final year Law LLB students Orestis Anastasiades, Elena Savvidou and Lizzie Virgo … Continue reading

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Law students attend prestigious art law conference in London

Kent law students enjoyed an opportunity to network with leading art law experts from France and the UK when they attended a prestigious art law conference in London. Rati Gujadhur, Morgan Copeman, Patricia Ng and Sally Tang, all  undergraduate students … Continue reading

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