Monthly Archives: December 2015

New book on the International Criminal Court co-edited by KLS faculty member

Cambridge University Press (CUP) just published a new edited collection on the International Criminal Court (ICC) that seeks to evaluate its work from a critical and interdisciplinary perspective. Entitled Contested Justice: the Politics and Practice of International Criminal Court Interventions, the … Continue reading

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Law students to represent Kent in regional Client Interviewing competition

Law students Feryel Beyrakdar and Meghan Daniels, have been selected to represent Kent in the regional heats of a national Client Interviewing competition. Feryel and Meghan, both final-year Law LLB students, secured their place after winning a competition at Kent … Continue reading

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New lecturer and solicitor appointments at Kent Law School

Kent Law School is delighted to announce the appointment of three new lecturers and a new Solicitor; Lecturer Dr Ed Kirton-Darling and Kent Law Clinic Solicitor Vivien Gambling took up their positions at Kent Law School this term with Gavin Sullivan joining … Continue reading

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Workshop in May: Imagining the state for transformative progressive politics

A two-day workshop interrogating whether states have a place within a transformative progressive politics will be hosted by Professor Davina Cooper on Kent’s Canterbury campus in May 2016. Professor Davina Cooper, Professor of Law and Political Theory at Kent Law School, … Continue reading

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Law students to compete in National Negotiation Competition

Four Kent law students have been selected to compete in the UK’s National Negotiation Competition, the final of which will be hosted at Kent’s Canterbury campus in July 2016. Stage 2 Law LLB students Adrienne Zaya and Krystin Wilson together with … Continue reading

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All bets are off: a call for papers for the Bingo Project’s final conference

A call for papers has been issued by Kent Law School’s £0.5m Bingo Project in advance of its final conference in June 2016. Entitled ‘All bets are off: Reflecting critically on gambling regulation within and across borders’, the two-day conference … Continue reading

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Call for papers for Kent Critical Law Society’s annual conference in February 2016

A call for papers on the theme of ‘limiting liberties’ has been issued by Kent Critical Law Society for its annual conference to be held on 27 February 2016. Kent Critical Law Society (KCLS) is a student-led critical lawyers’ group … Continue reading

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Professor Robin Mackenzie invited to international summit on gene editing in US

Kent Medical Law and Ethics expert Professor Robin Mackenzie joined an international group of leading scientists and lawyers in the US earlier this month to discuss the scientific, ethical, and governance issues associated with human gene editing research. Professor Mackenzie … Continue reading

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Regulating Time network issues call for papers and announces January 2016 workshop

Kent Law School’s Regulating Time network has issued a call for papers for its final international conference to be held in September 2016 and entitled ‘The New Legal Temporalities? Disicpline and Resistance across Domains of Time’. The Regulating Time research … Continue reading

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Expert advice on legal careers for students at networking event in London

An evening of networking with legal professionals and Kent Law School alumni at a barristers’ chambers in London enabled more than 35 undergraduate law students to gain expert advice and support on their individual legal careers. Attendees at the annual event, … Continue reading

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