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Alumna gains pupillage within 18 months of graduation

A successful mentoring partnership at Kent Law School helped aspiring barrister Meghan Daniels gain pupillage less than 18 months after graduating. Meghan applied to the Law School’s Professional Mentoring Scheme during her studies at Kent and was partnered with barrister Jo Porter (Jo … Continue reading

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Law School has one of highest student satisfaction rates in UK

National Student Survey (NSS) results released this month reveal that Kent Law School has one of the highest student satisfaction rates in the UK. With just over 93% of final year undergraduate law students reporting overall satisfaction with their course … Continue reading

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Law School networking event leads to training contract

Law School alumna Leigh Leach has secured a training contract with a leading law firm in Kent thanks to a networking event organised as part of the School’s Professional Mentoring Scheme. Leigh, who graduated last summer with a Law LLB degree, attended … Continue reading

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Mentoring Scheme inspires confidence and self-belief

Being a mentee as part of Kent Law School’s Professional Mentoring Scheme has been an experience that has surpassed the expectations of law student Chantal Cohen, inspiring her with greater confidence and belief in her own achievements. Chantal, a Senior … Continue reading

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Kent LLM graduate appointed Goodwill Ambassador to UK by University of the Gambia

Kent LLM graduate Solo Demba has been appointed a Goodwill Ambassador to the UK by the University of The Gambia (UTG) in recognition of a ‘life-changing’ donation of law books made by him to its Faculty of Law. Solo graduated … Continue reading

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Redefining international law through prism of selected WWI artefacts

In a special issue of the London Review of International Law, Dr Luis Eslava and Dr Rose Sydney Parfitt from Kent Law School are amongst five scholars exploring the impact of World War I through the prism of individually selected … Continue reading

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Final few law students at Medway reflect on experience of part-time study

This summer, six of the last ten law students on Kent’s Medway campus graduated from Rochester Cathedral after completing six years of part-time evening study. Going forward, all students applying to study law, whether full-time or part-time at Kent, are … Continue reading

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Law Clinic solicitor completes Antarctic expedition

Kent Law Clinic solicitor Sheona York spent her vacation completing an expedition in the Antarctic this summer, following in the footsteps of polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton. Sheona, an immigration and asylum specialist, is also an accomplished rock climber and … Continue reading

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Kent alumna wins Junior Lawyer of the Year Award 2017

Kent alumna Melanie Christodoulou has been named Junior Lawyer of the Year in the Kent Law Society Awards 2017. Melanie graduated from Kent Law School in 2012 with a first class honours degree in Law and now works as a … Continue reading

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Research Assistantship Scheme for students culminates in day of presentations

Kent Law School’s Research Assistantship Scheme culminated in a day of presentations last week for more than more than 20 law students who had been selected to work on short-term research projects. The scheme, now in its fourth year, enables … Continue reading

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