Monthly Archives: June 2017

£724,000 grant explores gender status in English law

Kent Law School Professor Davina Cooper, working with a team of colleagues, has secured a grant of £724,000 for a three-year study investigating and evaluating the regulation of gender status in the law of England and Wales. Reforming Legal Gender … Continue reading

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Tracking faulty towers: Strategies and techniques for tracing property purchased from proceeds of bribery and corruption in the UK

Saturday 29 July, 9am to 5pm Wigoder Law Building, University of Kent, Canterbury Orgainser: Dr Gbenga Oduntan: Reader in International Commercial Law, Kent Law School A one-day training conference, hosted by Kent Law School at the University of Kent, is … Continue reading

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Dr Alan McKenna organises first Kent based event for Action Mesothelioma Day

Dr Alan McKenna is organising the first Kent based event for Action Mesothelioma Day, on Friday 7 July. Mesothelioma is an incurable form of cancer affecting the lungs, which is derived from exposure to asbestos. The Kent Action Mesothelioma Day … Continue reading

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New book explores personal insolvency and over-indebtedness

Professor of Law Iain Ramsay has authored a book which provides a comparative analysis of the development of personal insolvency law since the late 1970s, and questions its contemporary impact at a time where a significant number of people live … Continue reading

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