I’ve recently graduated from the University of Kent Law School, with a degree classification in the upper second-class honours (2:1).
When I first attended the Canada Law From Abroad advice session in September 2014, the process of applying, accepting, attending and completing law school was daunting. But with the support and guidance of John and recent graduates, I was able to work through the application process and eventually decide on the University of Kent Law School. At KLS, the teaching staff is unparalleled, arguing cases before the Supreme Court, European Court of Justice and International Court of Justice. Their combined professional and academic experience provided a firm foundation for my learning experience.
Beyond my academic experience, I clerked at the Kent Law Clinic. At KLC, I was tasked with conducting legal research, client intake interviews, facilitating free legal advice sessions and have clerked on multiple legal actions. The exposure and experience I have gained at Kent Law Clinic will undoubtedly aide me in my future as an Ontario lawyer.
If you are a prospective UK law student, Canada Law From Abroad will guide you in every step of the process, and you will be in no better hands.