The Kent International Law Society and the Model UN Society have extended an invitation to all students and staff to an event they have organised for 11am next Wednesday (6th December) in the Templeman Lecture Theatre.
Daniel Trup is a Kent alumnus now working in New York as a lawyer for the United Nations. Mr Trup will speak about his experiences and numerous postings, from prosecuting war crimes in former Yugoslavia to working in the internal justice system within the UN. This will no doubt be an excellent event, and of particular interest to anyone considering a career in the law and its associated professions in the future. All are welcome to attend.
For more information, please see the shared Facebook post below or go to the Facebook event page.
Law Students! We are almost there.. one more week left until we can take the break that we SO DESERVE! Well done!
But Remember: Wednesday at 11 AM, you will have an incredible opportunity to MEET a United Nations Lawyer and to ask him questions about how YOU can pursue a career on an international level. For all of you starting your legal program, this is not an annual event. For all of you graduating this year, this is your last opportunity to meet a UN representative! *This is NOT an event to miss!*
Based out of the United Nations headquarters, Daniel Trup is traveling from New York to discuss his work as legal counsel in the UN. From prosecuting war crimes in the former Yugoslavia to the internal justice system within the organisation, Daniel will speak about his experiences and numerous postings all over the world. We are proud to host such a revered legal figure.
This will be an incredible opportunity for students from Kent Law School and the School of Politics and International Relations to inquire about a wide variety of topics, from positions in the United Nations and it’s inner workings to war crimes cases and international legal procedures. We hope that you will take advantage of such an amazing opportunity and join us on December 6th!
6 December at 11:00
Templeman Lecture Theatre, University of Kent