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A law graduate who swapped the barristers' chambers for the movie studios has had huge success with his very first feature film. Successful barrister Leslie Thomas, who graduated from Kingston Law School in 1988, had spent 21 years at the Bar before he took a career break and decided to invest in his first movie, becoming an executive producer of the critically-acclaimed blockbuster We Need to...

24 November 2011Read More

Ingenious Generation Takeover IBM Universities Business Challenge 2011-2012

Kingston Business School and Kingston Law School are entering three teams in the prestigious national IBM Universities Business Challenge in 2011 -2012 The IBM Universities Business Challenge offers undergraduates within universities or colleges a unique opportunity to improve their knowledge of the business world. Open to participants from a range of disciplines from accounting to law, the...

23 November 2011Read More

John Tribe ventures back from Moscow with Law

"Sir Roderick Lyne, a governor of Kingston University and member of the Iraq inquiry, used to be Her Majesty's Ambassador to Russia. Kingston Law School's (KLS) John Tribe has been following in Sir Roderick's steps and has recently been "our man in Moscow". John has just returned from delivering a series of seminars on English company law at the Russian Academy of Justice, which is part of the...

20 October 2011Read More

Book corner - Sitting in Judgment: The Working Lives of Judges by Penny Darbyshire

On 4th October 2011, Dr Penny Darbyshire’s greatly anticipated book on the judiciary was launched at a prestigious event at the Royal Courts of Justice in London. Marking the culmination of seven years research, during which time Penny visited courtrooms across the country, shadowed judges and chatted to them about their work, the book makes a significant contribution to the field and will be key...

06 October 2011Read More

PhD Law student in conference success

Lisa Collingwood, a PhD student at Kingston Law School,  recently presented a paper at the Conference on Legal, Security and Privacy Issues in IT Law, held in Cyprus from 19th – 22nd September. Entitled “Privacy, anonymity and liability: naivety is no defence at law”, the paper was well received and, indeed, now forms part of  book edited by the conference organiser. In addition, Lisa...

29 September 2011Read More

Kingston Law School academics shine in Cambridge

Members of the Law School attended the Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) Annual Conference held, this year between the 5th and 8th of September, at Downing College, Cambridge. The SLS is a learned society with charitable status whose aim is the advancement of legal education and scholarship. It promotes and encourages legal research and  provides a forum for academics from all universities in...

22 September 2011Read More

Quest Success!

Quest, developed by Kingston Law School encourages students to take up volunteering and skills development opportunities. Quest points are awarded for taking part in academic and extracurricular activities. More students than ever have successfully completed The Quest in 2010/11. Congratulations to: Gold Award WinnersSophie Holloway, Nazia Khawaja, Atish Sahota Silver Award WinnersNatalya...

09 September 2011Read More

Kingston University students identified as future leaders

Two students who have just completed degrees at the Faculty of Business and Law at Kingston University have been identified as future leaders as part of a campaign to encourage young people from African and Caribbean backgrounds to aspire to a university education. Namitasha Muunganirwa, who studied business with law, and David Olusegun, who studied international business with law, both 22, are...

08 September 2011Read More

John Tribe joins Technical Research Committee

Kingston Law School's John Tribe has been invited to join the Technical Research Committee of INSOL International.  INSOL International is a world-wide federation of national associations for accountants and lawyers who specialise in turnaround and insolvency. There are currently 40 Member Associations world-wide with over 9,000 professionals participating as Members of INSOL...

22 August 2011Read More

We're in one of the safest London Boroughs

Following recent news about disturbances in certain areas of London, we would like to reassure our students and future students that there have been no such incidents in or around Kingston which has long been known as a safe London borough.   These unfortunate events are extremely uncommon in London and the police have now brought the disturbances under control. London remains generally...

12 August 2011Read More

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