Brexit's financial and legal implications on EU citizens

The KCL Bulgarian Society will be holding an event to discuss Brexit's financial and legal implications on EU citizens on 25th May at 6.30pm at Somerset House. The guest panel will discuss the legal and financial implications that might affect EU citizens, who live and work in the UK, followed by a Q&A session and networking.

The guest panel will feature the following speakers:

-Simeon Djankov

-Kamen Shoylev

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Breaking The Class Ceiling: from child refugee to barrister

The KCL Somali Society are hosting a top barrister, Hashi Mohamed, who began as a child refugee. He will be talking about the unwritten rules you must learn to get a top job. Hashi Mohamed came to the UK aged nine, as an unaccompanied child refugee, knowing little English. His academic achievements at school were far from stellar. He attributes his success to his mentors and will be talking about how they helped him achieve his goals of becoming a barrister.

Please note that there are only a number of tickets available and booking is required to guarantee you a place. Tickets can be found here:

BARBRI INTERNATIONAL: Interested in qualifying as a US attorney?

Interested in qualifying as a US attorney? Sign up to Barbri International, the number one Bar review program with alumni such as Barack Obama. Barbri offers an alternative route into commercial law by gaining extra qualifications to work internationally!  

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The KCL Crisis Team

Apply for the position of International Law Counsel in the upcoming Kashmir Crisis Simulation. 5 positions available. *Knowledge of Public International Law is essential*

The KCL Crisis Team organises Crisis Simulations that see more than 100 students involved each year. Previous attendees were from Princeton University, Leiden, Sciences Po and King’s.

The upcoming Simulation (24-26 February) focuses on the Crisis in Kashmir and includes Counsel for five committees: India, Pakistan, China, United States and Kashmir. During the Simulation, the role of each Counsel is to advise on questions of International Law, such as the use of force (drones), water resources and statehood.

Each Counsel will be trained and provided with a reading list three weeks in advance.

*Knowledge of Public International Law is essential* Students who are currently taking the PIL module at King’s may also apply.

Please send your CV and a simple 250-word Cover Letter outlining your interest to Mention your committee preference in the Cover Letter. For further information please contact

Application deadline (extended): 17 January 2017
Date of event: 24-26 February 201
Venue: King’s College London



Women at the Commercial Bar Open Day - One Essex Court

Over the last few years, we have realised that fewer women than we would like are applying for a career at the commercial Bar. In order to encourage women to consider a career at the Bar, One Essex Court is offering an Open Day on 2 March 2017 to allow students to learn more about life at the commercial Bar for women.

This one-day event, which will be hosted by barristers and clerks from One Essex Court, will include talks and advice sessions, interactive activities and networking opportunities all aimed at providing students with an invaluable insight into the life and work of successful female commercial barristers. The event is open to women and men and to law and non-law students.

We welcome applications from students in any year of undergraduate or postgraduate study and any discipline. The application form can be downloaded from our website and must be submitted by 26 January 2017. Consideration will be given to all applications received by that date and up to 30 successful applications will be selected.  We will notify successful applicants by email by 16 February 2017 and will reimburse reasonable travel expenses.

One Essex Court is a leading set of barristers’ Chambers, specialising in commercial litigation and arbitration. Our work embraces all aspects of domestic and international trade, commerce and finance.


Introducing Half-Year Memberships

Valid from 1 Jan to 1 May, the Half-Year KCL Law Society Membership will entitle you to attend the following exclusive, members-only events taking place in the Winter Semester. In addition, you will save 25 GBP off of your standard ticket price for the Annual Law Ball.

A Day in the Life of a Judge
Speed Mentoring with
White & Case
KCLLS Novice Moot with the University of Law
Career Workshop with Weil
Networking Drinks with Allen & Overy
Mooting Workshop with Herbert Smith Freehills
Spring Workshop with Linklaters
Negotiation Competition with Cleary Gottlieb
Commercial Awareness with Macfarlanes

As a member, you will also receive priority placement for our US Firms Panel taking place on 17 January with Latham & Watkins, Sidley Austin, Weil, Kirkland & Ellis and Cleary Gottlieb.

What are you waiting for? Click the button below to purchase your Half-Year Membership for only 14.99 GBP.