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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-420

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418 EVENING CLASSES SPECIAL PRIZES Lord Coleridge's Prize Prize of £5 in Law book iven by the Right Hon Lord Coleridge will be awarded at the close of the Winter Session to the Student who shall have obtained the largest aggregate number of marks in the Examination in Law and Jurisprudence and in special Examination in portion of some legal work to be selected by the Professor in or before the last week in November II Prize of Law books given by Messrs Stevens Sons Law Publishers of Chancery Lane will be awarded to the Student who obtains the second largest number of marks in the Examinations mentioned in the preceding clause The foregoing Prizes will not be awarded to any Student who fails to obtain three-fourths of the allotted marks in each of the Examinations for which he presents himself to any Student who is on the 1st of February 1890 מ Barrister or Solicitor nor to any Student who has obtained Special Law Prize in any preceding Session college prize י The College Prize will be given to the Student who passes highest in the General Examination but does not obtain Special Prize 29 ROMAN LAW Tuesday and Friday to beginning October 29 The primary object of the Class is to prepare for the Bar Examinations but the Lectures are widened so as to make them of interest to the Profession generally as well as the public The subjects are treated in the same order as in the Institutes of Justinian viz The Law of Persons The Law of Things and Obligations portion of the Latin Text is translated each evening and frequent examination-papers are set Text book Sandar's "Justinian
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