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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1944-1945-124

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132 jfacultv of Xaws Items marked thus are not necessarily applicable during the war Students are prepared for the examinations- of the University of London in the Faculty of Laws or are permitted at their option to attend any of the general lectures in Law or those on special subjects connected with the study of Law which are given from time to time in the College The University of London is an approved Law School for the purposes of the Solicitors Act 1932 The courses given cover most of the syllabus for the Intermediate and Final examinations of the Law Society There is no entrance examination to the College but students entering for the University Law degree examinations must have passed the Matriculation Examination or have been exempted there- from or they must have passed the Special University Entrance Examination Particulars concerning these Examinations may be obtained in the College office but all applications for information concerning exemptions must be made to the Secretary to the Matricu- lation Council University of London Intending students who think they are exempt from Matriculation should make application for exemption at the earliest possible date in order to avoid mistake The teaching of Law in the University is conducted under an Inter- collegiate arrangement at King's College University College and the School of Economics Under this Intercollegiate scheme day and evening lecture courses for the Intermediate and Final Examinations for the LL degree have been arranged and for these composition fees are charged The lectures are delivered at all three colleges and students taking the evening course must be prepared to attend from three to four evenings week during term time if they desire to take the complete course In addition to lecture courses Tutorial Classes are held in the College for both day and evening students of the College and day students are attached for tutorial supervision to member of the Staff to whom they must report from time to time during the session Emphasis is laid upon this tutorial instruction which forms substantial part of the law teaching in which small groups of students are taken at tinft It is important not only for the purpose of instruction but also for maintaining personal contact and supervision by the members of the teaching staff College examinations and sessional examination for second-year students are held attendance at these is compulsory for day students Students should not attend Bar lectures or other courses of lectures nor prepare for Bar or other examinations during their course at the Present address Richmond College Bichmond Surrey
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