Special interest

AKCJudge Peter King AKC
Law, 1970
Purpose: to foster the continuing interest in and involvement with the AKC.To maintain and enhance the reputation of the Associateship of King's College London, which provides an unique identity and qualification to members of the College and a theological framework for its Alumni.

Membership: Associates of King's College; current students on the AKC course and those interested in the AKC.

Acitvities:
The AKC group seeks to facilitate the structured consideration of ethical and theological issues and the mutual exchange of views and interests of members.

It is the intention to create a website so that members can raise and discuss issues online and to have a link to access current AKC material.
Bar SocietyRobin Cunningham

Purpose:
a) to foster general interest in the welfare, traditions and future of the whole of King’s College London, but with special concern for the interests of former students who are now practising barristers.
b) to provide opportunities for all former students who are now practising barristers to meet and keep in touch with each other.
c) to encourage and develop current students who wish to become practising barristers.

Membership:
a) All former students who are now practising barristers.
b) All current students who wish to become practising barristers.

The Executive Committee and/or the General Meeting has the power to appoint others as Honorary Members as appropriate.

Acitvities: the branch holds an Annual Dinner, usually in January, and complements the Careers Service in supporting those who need it with mini-pupillages, advice and mentoring. It also assists in providing practitioners to judge mooting and debating.

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Former StaffDr Barrie MorganThe Former Staff branch represents members of KCLA who are former members of staff at King's.
KATSSophia Murday
Classics, 2002
Purpose: King's Alumni Theatre Society was formed in 2005 to provide alumni of King's interested in drama with the opportunity to produce plays with fellow alumni. 

Activities:Over the years KATS has developed a reputation for high quality productions, with a particular strength in lesser known European plays that are seldom performed in English.

If you are interested in acting, directing or writing a play with KATS, please get in touch or go to our facebook page.
Queen Elizabeth (Kensington) BranchJohn BrockhousePurpose of group:
a) foster general interest in the welfare, traditions and future of the whole of King’s College, London, but with special concern for the interests of former QEC/KCHSS students.
b) provide opportunities for all former students and staff of Queen Elizabeth College/KCHSS or those that have studied or worked at the Kensington Campus to meet and keep in touch with each other.

Membership:
All former students and staff of Queen Elizabeth College.
All former students and staff of KCHSS.
All former students and staff who have studied or worked on the Kensington Campus.

In addition, the Executive Committee and/or the General Meeting has the power to adopt, by acclaim or by a simple majority of the electing body, others as Honorary members as deemed appropriate.

The branch holds a Reunion & AGM each year usually in early October, produces an annual branch magazine ("Envoy") & has its own website www.qeca.org.uk containing a variety of information including news, photographs, a history of the college & downloadable copies of Envoy, & also a presence on Facebook under ‘QEC and Kensington Campus KCL Alumni’

If you would like to know more, please go to our facebook page.