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The Kent Law Society exists to support solicitors, their staff and trainees, and law students in the County of Kent. It provides its members with training, marketing, recruitment, guidance, networking and social interaction.  This website is provided to inform the public about the work of solicitors in Kent, and to be a resource for the Kent Law Society's members.

UPCOMING EVENTS
On Tuesday 19 July KLS will celebrate South Asian Heritage Month 2022 at a special evening at Woodville Halls, Gravesend with Kent Equality Cohesion Council and Manak Solicitors. The event will celebrate the journeys that connect the Indian sub-continent with the local legal, business and social communities in Kent and run from 5pm until 8pm.
The keynote speaker is barrister Mukhtiar Singh with KLS president Nick Fairweather, Gurvinder Sandher MBE, CEO of KECC, and Surinder Singh Manak, managing director of Manak Solicitors, also taking to the stage. KLS Junior Lawyer of the Year Pavandeep Kaur Dhillon will also speak. Refreshments will be served and the evening is free to attend. Please use the link here to book and confirm your place. 

SPRING COURSE PROGRAMME NOW AVAILABLE
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ROLLING HMCTS COVID-19 Guidance Page
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WHAT IMPACT WILL THE INTRODUCTION OF THE SQE HAVE ON YOUR FIRM?
Does your firm know its LPC from its SQE and QWE? Will you keep a training contract model or adapt to a more flexible way of training the lawyers of the future?  The path to becoming a solicitor has now changed with the introduction of the Solicitors Qualifying Examination and as a result firms have some important decisions to make about how they will recruit in the future.

On Tuesday 12th July KLS and Kent Law School are aiming to help firms navigate this changing landscape by running a free information talk. The event starts at 6pm and will be held at Wigoder Moot Court and the University of Kent in Canterbury. Refreshments will be provided. Book here

 

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