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March 3, 2011

Kent Law School appoints honorary professor

Kent Law School at the University of Kent is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Jeremy Cooper as Honorary Professor.

Professor Cooper is a Judge of the Upper Tribunal and of the First Tier Tribunal, he is also the Training Adviser to Lord Justice Carnwath, Senior President on Tribunals.

Professor Cooper was educated at Cambridge University and the European University Institute, Florence. He then practised at the Bar and at Camden Community Law Centre before embarking upon his academic career.

He has written extensively on a wide range of topics, including legal education and public interest law. He will be very much involved in activities at Kent Law School's Medway campus.

Professor Nick Grief, Director of Legal Studies at Medway, says: "This is an excellent appointment and a very exciting development for us. I have known Jeremy for many years and have no doubt that we shall all benefit enormously from his association with us."

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Content added on 3rd March 2011.

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