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Professor He Jiahong the latest high profile international figure to address Kingston Law School

Prominent scholar and Director of the Center for Anti-Corruption and Rule of Law at Renmin University of China Professor He Jiahong visited Kingston Law School and delivered a guest lecture on anti-corruption in China. Regarded as the country’s leading authority on miscarriages of justice, and an advisor to China’s Supreme Court his research has been instrumental in overturning wrongful...

07 November 2016Read More

Integrity Research Group established in Kingston Law School

A new research grouping, the Integrity Research Group (IRG), has been established in the Kingston Law School. The primary aims of the IRG are to have a concrete impact on the policies and the organisation of businesses, public bodies and government both in the UK and worldwide through promoting integrity, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility and other ethical values, such as...

12 July 2016Read More

Research synergies highlighted at Law School event

Members of the Kingston Law School came together to share ideas at a recent Law School Research Away Day at Warren House, Kingston Hill. Synergies across research interests within the areas of financial crime and in jurisprudence were highlighted. Several attendees also found commonality in taking a comparative approach in their work. Research Groups within the School such as GELP (Group for...

22 June 2016Read More

Contemporary Issues in Business and Law presented at Faculty Conference

The vibrancy and breadth of the research undertaken in Kingston Business School and Kingston Law School was showcased at the 7th Annual Faculty Research Conference and Research Students Conference, Contemporary Issues in Business in Law. A packed line up of speakers took to the stage to share with colleagues and students details of their latest explorations and contribution to the wider business...

22 June 2016Read More

Outlook for labour law explored at Kingston Law School conference

The annual conference of the Group for Employment Law and Policy in Kingston Law School brought together researchers from around the UK and beyond to explore the outlook for labour law. There was a strong international flavour to this year’s conference, with presenters and delegates from Canada, Italy, Portugal, South Africa, Spain – and Scotland.  A series of presentations and discussions...

20 May 2016Read More

Kingston University law lecturer advises Jamaican Government on anti-money laundering laws

The Jamaican Government has tapped in to the specialist expertise of a Kingston Law School academic help shape new legislation to strengthen the country’s laws on financial sanctions. Dr Gauri Sinha was invited to the Caribbean island to advise government ministers to provide legislative recommendations to enable the country to comply with United Nations (UN) Security Council regulations, to...

03 May 2016Read More

Judge Advocate General Jeff Blackett on the the UK court martial process at Law School's 50th anniversary lecture

Kingston University students enjoyed a rare opportunity to hear from a senior British judge earlier this month, during an exclusive talk by His Honour Judge Jeff Blackett, Judge Advocate General. As Judge Advocate General, Judge Blackett is responsible for the court martial process within the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force. Addressing an audience of students, alumni, academics and...

14 March 2016Read More

Eric Jeanpierre to address the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Translation

Kingston University Law School’s Eric Jeanpierre has been invited to address the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Translation in both Luxembourg and Brussels on 9 and 10 March 2016.  Eric Jeanpierre’s talk will be on the pitfalls of legal translations between different legal families, with a focus on French to English. The Directorate-General for Translation (DGT)...

29 February 2016Read More

Lord Neuberger captivates an audience at Kingston Law School

The country's most senior judge, Lord Neuberger, enthralled an audience of almost 200 people when he shared advice and answered questions from judges, staff, students and alumni at an event marking the 50th anniversary of the Kingston Law School. Read the full story here  

16 January 2016Read More

Dr Tribe to address the 2016 Insolvency Conference

Kingston University Law School’s Dr. John Tribe has been invited to address the 2016 Insolvency Conference of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW). Dr. Tribe’s invited talk will be on the history of insolvency practitioners (IPs) – a form of accountant that is regulated by ICAEW. Dr. Tribe will argue that IPs have a strong claim to the idea that Bankruptcy...

24 November 2015Read More

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