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The Centre for International Governance and Dispute Resolution officially opens.

The Dickson Poon School of Law announces the official opening of the Centre for International Governance and Dispute Resolution (CIGAD).

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The 2022-23 King's Distinguished Alumni Award winners announced

Each year, members of the King’s alumni community are nominated to receive a Distinguished Alumni Award to recognise their outstanding achievements since...

Alumni and staff gather in the Hall at King's for 2022's Distinguished Alumni Awards event - tables are adorned with flowers, and Principal Shitij Kapur stands on the stage speaking

Centre of European Law hosts EU Ambassador to the UK for King's students

The EU Ambassador to the UK Pedro Serrano, delivered the guest lecture entitled ‘The EU and the world’ on 16 March 2023, where he outlined the EU’s...

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Construction law experts respond to second consultation on Arbitration Act reform

A high-level taskforce of practitioners and academic experts, led by Professor Renato Nazzini and Aleksander Kalisz of the Centre of Construction Law &...

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King's holds its own in the Jessup Moot

A team representing King’s College London and the United Kingdom reached the knock-out rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court...

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Sentinels at London Design Biennale

Learn about the communication gaps technology has yet to bridge in Sentinels, a story of a Colombian court judgment intended to protect the Amazon rainforest...

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New charity donation points on campus make it easier for students and staff to donate items

King’s students and staff can now donate items directly to partner charities, thanks to King’s Volunteering’s new Donation Stations on campus. The first...

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Exhibition launch: 'The debate on AI will continue and intensify'

A new exhibition from King’s Institute for Artificial Intelligence is showcasing the potential for new and emerging applications for AI, as well as providing...

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Dr Yael Lifshitz's research recognised by the British Academy

Dr Yael Lifshitz has been recognised by the British Academy's Policy Insight Case Studies scheme for her policy research on sustainability.

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King's College London to hold a Festival of Artificial Intelligence, 24 – 28 May 2023

Explore the latest developments in artificial intelligence at this five-day festival at King's College London.

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King's launches the 2023 survey on construction adjudication in partnership with The Adjudication Society

The Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution (CCLDR) and The Adjudication Society invite all users of, and stakeholders in construction adjudication in...

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New King's MA equips students to tackle global cyber security challenges

The Cyber Policy and Strategy MA is the first of its kind in the UK, providing a unique opportunity to study cyber security as a vital issue for national and...

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Global Investor Stewardship relaunch reflects pivotal shift in focus from shareholders to investors

The Global Shareholder Stewardship project was initiated by a group of leading researchers and practitioners in 2019 to define shareholder stewardship,...

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King's organises a joint seminar with the London Court of International Arbitration on construction arbitration

On 26 April 2023, Professor Renato Nazzini will chair a seminar co-hosted by the Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution and the London Court of...

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Law School launches first ever Law Impact Prize

The Law impact prize held on 14 March 2023, is the first ever Faculty event to celebrate projects that shape understanding, build capacity, influence policy,...

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