Monthly Archives: February 2017

Book by reproductive law expert now available in paperback

A book edited by reproductive law expert Dr Kirsty Horsey offering critical insights into the legislation for human fertilisation and embryology is now available in paperback. Revisiting the Regulation of Human Fertilisation and Embryology (Routledge, 2015), critically evaluates changes made … Continue reading

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Art law student enjoys opportunity to network with leading legal experts in art and antiquities market

As a law student studying the Art and Cultural Heritage Law module at Kent, Eva Deligiannidis enjoyed an exciting opportunity to network with leading legal experts in the art and antiquities markets in London this month. Eva, a final year … Continue reading

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New book on Law’s Hermeneutics co-edited by Dr Simone Glanert

A co-edited collection of essays on Law’s Hermeneutics: Other Investigations, for which Dr Simone Glanert acted as Lead Editor, has been published by Routledge. The book brings together papers presented by leading academics at an interdisciplinary workshop held in Oxford in June 2015. … Continue reading

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Free public talk on representing Marshall Islands case before International Court of Justice

Law School Professor Nick Grief will reflect on his experiences of representing the Marshall Islands before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) when he delivers a free public talk and discussion in Canterbury next month. Professor Grief’s talk on Tuesday … Continue reading

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Research excellence at Law School rewarded with two University Research Prizes

Research excellence at Kent Law School has been rewarded in this year’s University Research Prizes with an Advanced Research Prize for Professor Davina Cooper and a Consolidator Research Prize for The Bingo Project team comprising Dr Kate Bedford, Dr Donal … Continue reading

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New book explores law, ethics and controversies of cord blood collection

A new book by Kent medical law expert Dr Karen Devine explores the law, ethics and controversies surrounding the collection, banking and ownership of umbilical cord blood (UCB). The Umbilical Cord Blood Controversies in Medical Law (published by Routledge as … Continue reading

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Working as an environmental regulatory analyst for eRevalue

For the first Environmental Law Guest Seminar of the Spring term, Kent Law School was pleased to welcome back alumna Claire Walls for a talk on ‘Working as an environmental regulatory analyst for eRevalue.’ Since obtaining her LLM in International … Continue reading

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Kent employment law expert to examine regulation of unacceptable forms of work 

Comparative insights into the challenges and potential of regulation of precarious and low-quality jobs around the world will be the focus of a new research project to be undertaken by Kent employment law expert Professor Judy Fudge with Dr Deirdre … Continue reading

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Law clinic uses EU law to win benefits case

Kent Law Clinic has won disability benefits for a man who lived in England from the age of three but had retained his Spanish citizenship. The Clinic’s client was brought to the UK by his parents as a child. He … Continue reading

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The role of animal companions in the lives of the homeless

New research from Professor Helen Carr argues that by understanding the caring relationships between homeless people and their pets we could reframe how we think about them. Published as ‘Caring at the Borders of the Human: Companion animals and the … Continue reading

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