December 29, 2016

University of Kent Law School @UniKent Announces New LLM in Law and the Humanities

From the mailbox, news of a new LLM in Law and the Humanities:

The Kent LLM is a one-year program that offers a chance to study law from a critical perspective. The Law and the Humanities pathway is taught at Kent’s Canterbury campus, with two intensive modules in Paris. You can learn more about the pathway in the notice attached to this email, and at We also offer a LLM by research, with supervision available from a wide range of law and the humanities specialists. KLS is an exciting critical law school, with research centres such as the Centre for Critical Thought, the Centre for Critical International Law, and the Kent Interdisciplinary Centre for Spatial Studies, as well as research clusters like Social Critiques of Law and Clio (the Law and History group). KLS also hosts the Kent Summer School in Critical Theory, held each year in Paris. This exciting initiative draws graduate and early career researchers from around the world to work intensively for two weeks with leading scholars from across all disciplines. You can learn more at There are some LLM scholarships (for taught and research programmes) available both for UK/EU and overseas applicants. More information is available on the KLS website, at We would be most grateful if you would forward this email, together with the attachment, to:
  • Your academic networks
  • Law students who may appreciate a master’s level entry to humanities and cultural approaches to law
  • Students from other disciplines who are curious about law, ethics and justice
  • Students who may enjoy the chance to study in the UK and Paris, and who are looking for a way to experience European life and culture whilst studying for a year.
 For administrative and application enquiries, please contact Kent Law School’s postgraduate office, For academic enquiries, please contact the Pathway Specialists, Maria Drakopoulou or Connal Parsley 

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