Projects

Amicus Project

Amicus is a legal charity in the United Kingdom that works to provide support to capital defense lawyers in the United States. The King's Amicus Chapter sends volunteers to assist in the legal representation of the defendants. As a volunteer with the King's chapter of Amicus, you will participate in a variety of activities with the organisation. / Read more...

Human Rights Project

Founded in 2008, the KCL Human Rights Project is the cornerstone of the Pro Bono Society of King’s College London. The Project offers students the opportunity to acquire and deepen their knowledge on Human Rights and related issues. We encourage and indeed aid students wishing to pursue a career in the Human Rights field. / Read more...

Junior Lawyers Against Poverty

 

The Junior Lawyers network of students (both law and non-law) plans to organise on-campus fundraising events, visiting speaker events, academic articles and on and off-campus training in issues related to international law and development. / Read more...

 

Law Mentoring

The Law Mentoring Project aims to inspire A-Level students from high-schools in the London area to apply to study law at King’s and enter higher education in general. Our mentors help these students understand what it means to study law at university. / Read more...

 

 

Legal Outreach

The Legal Outreach Project aims to offer guidance to students interested in venturing into law. Our project places particular emphasis on students from disadvantaged backgrounds. / Read more...

 

Mediation Project

The Mediation Project was formed to provide qualified legal support to the Legal Clinic under Pro Bono by training students to become Accredited Mediators. The training is provided by faculty at 218 Stand as part of the mediation charity ‘The Society of Mediators’ Outreach Project.’ / Read more...