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Two SLSA prizes for outstanding socio-legal scholarship

Outstanding socio-legal scholarship at Kent Law School has been recognised by the Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA) with the award of two prizes – the Socio-Legal Article Prize to Professor Helen Carr and the Socio-Legal History and Theory Prize to Dr … Continue reading

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New book by Dr Emily Grabham examines law and time

A new book by Reader in Law Dr Emily Grabham offers a fresh and lively examination of the relationship between law and time. In Brewing Legal Times: Things, Form and the Enactment of Law (University of Toronto Press), Dr Grabham … Continue reading

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Conference exploring time, law and regulation to make innovative use of Lego

A Kent conference exploring the relationship of time to law and regulation will be making innovative use of Lego to help participants visualise key concepts. The Lego will feature in a plenary session entitled ‘Visualising Law and Time’ during the … Continue reading

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Research about women in casual work featured in national magazine

An article about the reality of life for women employed in ‘casual work’ by Kent Law School’s Dr Emily Grabham has been published in a national magazine. The article, ‘Balancing casual work with care’ has been published in Security Matters, … Continue reading

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