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Kingston Law School’s new home

Kingston Law School academics and students are settling into their new home. Still on the leafy Kingston Hill campus,  the School has now taken up residence in Kenry House. Clearly a desirable home ... King Farouk of Egypt lived in Kenry House back in the 1930s. It has seen many changes since then though - as part of the latest £multi-million investment in the University’s estate, offices...

30 January 2013Read More

Law School’s mediation activities are expanding

The Law School’s mediation activities continue to expand with the introduction of a new Postgraduate Certificate in Employment Law and Mediation programme. The programme, which starts in February 2013, will have strong appeal to solicitors because of the increased emphasis on mediation as a means of dispute resolution.  The government places great importance on helping the public understand...

28 January 2013Read More

Mediation competition - a law student's perspective

Nayiri Keshishi, a Level 6 Law LLB (Hons) student at Kingston Law School shares her experience and talks about the skills she gained from taking part in the 5th UK National Mediation Competition hosted by us. On Saturday 1st December 2012, Kingston University held the national Mediation competition. This involved teams from Universities and Law Schools all over the country ‘mediating’ set...

02 January 2013Read More

Celebrating Student Achievement awards 2012

Congratulations to all our 2012 Student Achievement award recipients. This year, students received awards for: Excellent overall academic performance Successfully completing The Quest Nominations for the best Placement/ Exchange students The 2012 Kingston Law School Student Achievement award recipients are: Rabiyah Aboobaker Muhammad Gani Tanya McDonald Shahed Al Hindi Charlotte Gardner...

14 December 2012Read More

Professors and Leading Practitioners Support Insolvency Archive work at Kingston Law School

A High Court Judge, leading practitioners and four of the country’s leading insolvency professors - Professor Milman (Lancaster), Professor Fletcher (UCL), Professor Rajak (Sussex), and Professor Keay (Leeds) have all lent their support to an insolvency archiving project being overseen by Dr John Tribe at Kingston Law School. The insolvency archive project, which is called the Cork Archive...

13 December 2012Read More

Kingston Law School student teams gear up for IBM Universities Business Challenge 2012

Update: Congratulations to our Kingston Law School student team The Law Bees for making it into the semi-finals of the IBM Universities Business Challenge 2012! Kingston Law School student teams are gearing up for the IBM Universities Business Challenge 2012. 12 Kingston University teams including 2 from Kingston Law School have, over the past weeks, been acting as board members in a series of...

05 December 2012Read More

Dr John Tribe receives an invite to address 2011 Law Firm of the Year Annual Insolvency Conference 2013

Following on from the recent successful Insolvency Lawyers’ Association annual lecture at the Natural History Museum, Dr John Tribe has been invited to address DWF LLP’s annual insolvency conference. DWF LLP are a leading law firm who specialise in, inter alia, the area of insolvency. The firm was awarded the National Law Firm of the Year award in 2011. The event will be...

28 November 2012Read More

Kingston Law School plays host to 5th UK National Mediation Competition

Kingston Law School is delighted to play host to the 5th UK National Mediation Competition. The competition is intended primarily as an educational opportunity for law students from universities across UK. Participating teams in this year's competition include Kingston Law School, Canterbury Christ Church University, City University, College of Law (Bloomsbury), University of Edinburgh, Law...

22 November 2012Read More

Dr John Tribe gives lecture at the Insolvency Lawyers' Association annual dinner

In the shadow of the dinosaur in the impressive Great Hall of the Natural History Museum in London, Kingston Law School’s Dr John Tribe gave the pre-dinner lecture at the Insolvency Lawyers' Association annual dinner on 14 November.  Dr Tribe’s lecture on ‘Punishment and Insolvency: a historical overview – should modern policy take a more punitive approach to debtor misconduct?’ was...

19 November 2012Read More

John Tribe invited to give lecture at Insolvency Lawyers Association dinner

Principal lecturer at Kingston Law School, Dr John Tribe, will be delivering the pre-dinner lecture at the Insolvency Lawyers Association’s annual event held at the National History Museum on 14 November. The event attracts more than 300 guests including other university lecturers, representatives from major city law firms, high court judges and legal luminaries. John will be basing his talk...

12 September 2012Read More

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