Kent LLM students help victims of misuse of counterterrorism laws to assert their legal rights

Victims of the misuse of counterterrorism laws by international organizations such as the UN and Interpol are being helped to assert their legal rights by Kent Law School LLM students. The students have been undertaking cutting-edge research under the supervision of Kent Law School Lecturer and Solicitor Dr Gavin Sullivan as part of an innovative clinical project to help people assert their due process rights. Dr Sullivan leads a module in Global Security Law for the Kent LLM (Master's in Law) that immerses students in contemporary security and accountability problems.

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