Monthly Archives: January 2017

Training day for students competing in national client interviewing competition

Final year law students Ola Awobajo, Nia Brathwaite, Tatiana Bustillos and Amber Dullaway attended a client interviewing training day in Oxford on Saturday after winning this year’s internal competition at Kent. Ola and Nia will now go forward to represent … Continue reading

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Kent Professor is finalist for Law Teacher of the Year

Kent Professor Amanda Perry-Kessaris is a finalist for Law Teacher of the Year 2017. Professor Perry-Kessaris is one of six teachers across the UK who is shortlisted in the prestigious national competition sponsored by Oxford University Press. She now moves … Continue reading

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Call for submissions for third volume of Kent Student Law Review

Kent Student Law Review (KSLR), a student-led publication showcasing critical legal scholarship at Kent Law School, has announced an open call for submissions for its third issue. The Editorial Board is seeking submissions of between 3,000 and 10,000 words by … Continue reading

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Weekly cash draw for Law Students who complete NSS

All eligible Law School students who complete the National Student Survey before Wednesday 1 March can enter a weekly draw for a chance to win a either a cash prize or a hoodie. Students who are eligible to participate in … Continue reading

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Three Law School academics shortlisted for SLSA book prizes

The work of three Kent Law School academics has been shortlisted for prizes by the Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA) in recognition of outstanding socio-legal scholarship. A book by Dr Donatella Alessandrini has been shortlisted for the Hart-Socio-Legal Book Prize; a … Continue reading

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Call for papers: Fascism and the International – The Global Order Yesterday and Tomorrow

With a renewed focus on fascist discourse and iconography taking place across the world, a call for papers on the international dimensions of fascism has been issued for a workshop taking place in Mexico in June 2017. The workshop, ‘Fascism … Continue reading

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Law and the Human: New seminar series hosted by the Centre for Critical Thought

A guest seminar on the office of jurisprudent and the care of the dying and the dead will be delivered by visiting academic Shaun McVeigh, an Associate Professor from the Department of Law at the University of Melbourne on Wednesday … Continue reading

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Focus on surrogacy law reform in new journal and in Lords debate

Surrogacy law reform championed by Kent Law School Senior Lecturer Dr Kirsty Horsey is the focus of a newly-published special edition of the Journal of Medical Law and Ethics (JMLE) and the subject of a debate held in the House … Continue reading

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Law Clinic event to demystify family court proceedings

An event to help demystify and explain family court proceedings for members of the local community unable to afford legal representation will be hosted by Kent Law Clinic on Wednesday 25 January. The event will be held in a replica … Continue reading

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