Monthly Archives: May 2016

Lords appoints Kent alumna as new Commissioner for Standards

Kent alumna Dr Lucy Scott-Moncrieff has been appointed a new Commissioner for Standards by the House of Lords. Dr Scott-Moncrieff is an alumna of Kent Law School, a patron of the Kent Law Campaign and an Honorary Graduate of Kent. … Continue reading

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International Law and Politics network hosting sessions in New Orleans

A Collaborative Research Network (CRN) organised by Kent Law School academics is hosting 22 sessions at the Law and Society Association’s Annual Meeting in New Orleans next week. Established last year by Kent Law School Lecturers Dr Luis Eslava and Dr Rose Parfitt, the CRN … Continue reading

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Kent Honorary Professor appointed as Master of the Rolls

The Queen has approved the appointment of The Rt Hon Sir Terence Etherton, an Honorary Professor of Law at Kent, as the Master of the Rolls with effect from 3 October 2016. Sir Terence Etherton is also one of the patrons … Continue reading

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Kent LLM students enjoy Legal Treasure Tour in London

Kent LLM students have enjoyed a unique opportunity to explore The British Museum in London on a ‘Legal Treasure Tour’. The tour, organised by Kent Law School academics Professor Amanda Perry-Kessaris, Dr Lisa Dickson and Dr Sophie Vigneron allowed students … Continue reading

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LLM study visit to European Court of Justice

A group of Kent LLM students have been taken on a brief study visit to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in Luxembourg. The visit, sponsored by Kent Law School’s Graduate Study Initiative Fund, was organised by the Court … Continue reading

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Thinking about a postgraduate degree in Law? Drop in to our Open House!

Students across all degree disciplines with an interest in studying a Master’s degree in law are invited to drop in to the Law School’s unique new ‘Open House’ event on Wednesday 1 June. Law School staff and students will be … Continue reading

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Law students win scholarships to Brussels Summer School

Kent Law School students Nawsheen Maghooa and Julia Kirchmayr have been awarded a scholarship to attend a two-week European Summer School in Brussels. Nawsheen, a final year Law LLB student, and Julia, a final year European Legal Studies student, were … Continue reading

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Graduate Research Conference to explore who needs law

Graduate students will explore the question of who needs law at Kent Law School’s fourth annual interdisciplinary Graduate Research Conference in June. Kent LLM students and postgraduate research students from across the humanities and social sciences faculties, will meet over two … Continue reading

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Kent ranked amongst top 15 UK law schools in latest Guardian University Guide

Kent continues to rank as one of the best law schools in the UK climbing to a position of 15th in The Guardian University Guide 2017 subject league table for law. Within this year’s league table, published today, the School is ranked … Continue reading

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Call for Papers and Panels for Critical Legal Conference

A Call for Papers and Panels has been issued for the UK’s annual Critical Legal Conference, a gathering of international legal scholars to be held at Kent in September 2016. The Critical Legal Conference (CLC) attracts critical and radical legal scholars from … Continue reading

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