Subject groups

KCLA has a growing number of subject groups bringing together alumni of various academic departments and disciplines of King's. Whilst some, such as the Dental Alumni, are large societies that have been established for decades, KCLA is keen to grow and diversify this by supporting the creation of new groups, such as the new Physics & Chemistry branch.

The subject branches are briefly described below. Click on the name of the branch contact to email them for more information.

Construction LawChris Ryan
Law, 1998
The KCCLA is an active association existing for the benefit of its members who are the alumni and current students of the King’s College, London and Singapore MSc and Diploma in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution. The current students and forthcoming graduates of the Singapore MSc and Diploma programme are most welcome and are encouraged to register and join the KCCLA.

Aims of the KCCLA:
To promote the King's College Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution (CCLDR) and the London and Singapore MSc and Diploma courses
To provide a forum for graduates to keep in touch with each other and the CCLDR at King's through a programme of events
To assist and encourage the course students.

To find out more about KCCLA visit our website
DentistryNigel Fisher
Dentistry, 1975
To encourage and provide opportunities for past students and staff to meet and keep in touch with each other.
To involve past dental students and staff of Kings College Dental Institute and its constituent dental schools in the promotion of the well-being of the Dental Institute.
To assist in preserving and recording the contribution made to the dental profession by alumni of the Dental Institute and its constituent schools.
To lend support for dental students, staff and dental graduates of KCLDI in whatever ways are possible

All former students and staff GKT Dental Institute, King's College and Guy's Dental Hospitals and Schools and the Royal Dental Hospital.

The Committee of the Association, with the support of the KCL Alumni Office organise an annual dinner for alumni, students and staff. Also arranged is an annual clinical weekend of lectures and seminars providing informative educational topics for dental alumni, speciality groups and members of the dental team. Financial support is given particularly for supporting student electives abroard.
EngineeringGraham Raven
Engineering, 1963

KCLEA is the graduate association for engineers who have studied or worked at King's.

Purpose: to facilitate communication among members and between members and the College; to support the College and current engineering students; and to support the King's College London Engineering Society (run for and by current engineering students).

The methods used to achieve these aims include:
 - newsletters
 - web site
 - directory of members
 - social events
 - expertise and advice
 - medals, prizes and bursaries awarded to current engineering students  

Please click here for more information

GeographyJo Crocker FKC
Geography, 1956
Purpose: to keep Geography alumni in touch with the KCL Geography department; news of the academic staff and their achievements, the range of the subjects studied and the various prizes and honours given to the staff and the students. Individual alumni are invited to send personal items of interest.

Activities: JSS members have an annual Newsletter and early in the year a news sheet is sent out to all Geography graduates. Alumni are invited to specialist lectures and events of the Geography Department and to excursions organised by the JSS.

The major event is the Geographers' Walk on the Sunday afternoon of the Alumni Weekend each June. In June 2011 almost 80 alumni were guided through Stratford to view the 2012 Olympic site.
LawRobin Healey
Law, 1965
Purpose: to maintain & enhance the reputation of KCL Law School & its Graduates in relation to both the academic study & actual practice of law in the global community.

Membership is open to all former students & staff of the Law School.

Activities: seminars & lectures on topical legal issues; undergraduate advice & mentoring; receptions to meet current staff at the Law School & to meet up with other Law Alumni on both a social & professional basis; support for all the other alumni activities promoted by KCLA