Critical Law TV is a new and ground-breaking partnership between Kent Law School and KMTV, with law students producing and presenting a series of four documentaries investigating contemporary legal issues.
This exciting project offers law students the opportunity to combine their knowledge of the law with a passion for journalism.
Over a series of four episodes, students investigate the impact of contemporary legal issues within the local Kent community. Supported by Kent Law School academics, they’ve been investigating topics such as:
- Surrogacy Law reform
- the impact of Brexit on local businesses
- the impact of immigration law and policy on Kent refugees
- and the property law reforms proposed post Grenfell.
Students have been assisted by KMTV production professionals, journalists and creatives, to produce and present four documentaries for broadcast on regional and digital TV.
Critical Law TV programmes will be broadcast to around 250,000 homes in Kent and Medway on Freeview, Virgin, BT and online as well as feeding into a wider UK local television network of 13 million households.
Critical Law TV: broadcast schedule
Watch Critical Law TV at 19.00 (BST) on:
- Friday 6 August: Brexit and Law
- Friday 13 August: Property Law
- Friday 20 August: Family Law
- Friday 27 August: Race and Law
KMTV is a unique partnership between KM Media Group and the University of Kent..
How to watch
- KMTV is available on Freeview on Channel 7, with coverage across 236,800 households in Maidstone, Medway, Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge, Sheerness, Sittingbourne and surrounding areas. KMTV broadcasts to the rest of Kent via Virgin Media Channel 159, kmtv.co.uk for On Demand and live streaming, and the KMTV app (available on both Android and iOS)
- Download the KMTV app on the AppStore
- Download the KMTV Video app on Google Play