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Law Forum

KCL Law Forum is the representative body of King's College London's Dickson Poon School of Law.
Democratically elected by King's law students, our goal is to give law students as valuable and enjoyable a time at King's College London as possible. We achieve this by tackling key student issues, promoting student welfare to the Law School and University, and hosting events and projects for the Law School's community.

Felix Kroner
Vice President: Academics & Curriculum

Lal Ayral

Vice President: Law Families & Community
Uzoma Kanu
LLB 1st Year Representatives 
(position to be elected in October)
LLB 2nd Year Representatives
Emily Collett and Mathilde Youssef
LLB 3rd Year Representatives 
Sasitorn Suksaisakulsakdi and Henna Hussain
PPL 1st Year Representative
(position to be elected in October)
PPL 2nd Year Representatives 
(position to be elected in October)
PPL 3rd Year Representative
Phoebe Cook
PPL 4th Year Representative
Husain Dawani
Anglo-French Law 1st Year Representative 
(position to be elected in October)
Anglo-French Law 2nd Year Representative
Alfredo Palasciano
Anglo-German Law 1st Year Representative
(position to be elected in October)
Anglo-German Law 2nd Year Representative
Angelina Bouffard Schaubert
LLM Representatives
 TBC - pending pathway secretary scheme continuation 
MA Medical Ethics & Law Representative
(position to be elected in October)
MA Global Ethics & Human Values Representative
(position to be elected in October)
MSc Mental Health, Ethics & Law Representative
(position to be elected in October)

Each year, students within the Law School elect a set of student representatives. These representatives gather issues raised by the students they represent, and raises them at monthly meetings with the Law Forum Committee. The Committee then focuses the issues raised by the Law Forum Representatives, and takes them forward to enact real, collaborative change with the Law School.
For meeting dates and events click here.
The Law Forum also runs a series of projects and initiatives for the benefit of law students at King’s. Managed and developed by teams of Law Forum representatives, these projects enable the Forum to host events, improve student experience and develop the Forum as a student organisation. See below for more details:



Brief Description



The Law Families Project

The “Law Families Project” pairs 1st years with 2nd and 3rd year students (“Law Parents”) to form support groups that will last throughout the year. Whether you feel completely lost in the face of your studies, apprehensive in this new learning environment, or just plain excited to learn about this wonderful city and all it has to offer, your Law Parent will be a great point of contact.





Charity and Handover Event: March 2016

This event will consist of a public debate involving a number of exciting speakers, and will be followed by a brief summary of the Forum’s work this year and a formal handover to next year’s newly elected representatives. 





Annual Questionnaire

Due to the success of last year’s Forum questionnaire, the Forum has taken over all internal surveying from the Law School. This questionnaire will be disseminated in the second semester –the results from which will be submitted to the Law School with suggestions on how to improve student experience.



Law Forum Electoral Reform

Our team will be writing a report on how to reform KCL Law Forum’s elections to make them more competitive and engaging for law students.



Exam Preparation Masterclass

This event will include a range of academic and student speakers, giving a master class in revision and exam preparation ahead of the summer exam period.



NUS Green Impact Challenge

This Project will:

  • Work as part of a nation-wide project
  • Research environmental impact of Law School
  • Write a report for the Law School on how to improve Law School environmental impact without causing detriment to student experience. 



If you have any issues that you would like the Forum to raise with the Law School, or would like to get involved in any of our Projects, please do not hesitate to email us via, visit our Facebook page or the student feedback section of the faculty website.