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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-127

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126 FACULTY OF laws after having registered as student with the Law Society and sub- sequently serving under articles of clerkship to solicitor for two years or by entering into and serving under articles of clerkship to solicitor for two and half years and passing Part II of the Qualifying Examina- tion PRIVILEGES OF STUDENTS OF KING'S COLLEGE Libraries Students who pay the tuition fees are entitled to the use of the libraries at King's College University College and the London School of Economics if attending lectures there and to the other facilities offered by these Colleges to intercollegiate students The Laws Library at King's College is open during term from 10 to 45 on Mondays to Thursdays and until 30 on Fridays it is closed on Saturdays The days and hours of opening during the vacations are announced towards the end of the appropriate terms Books may not be borrowed from the Laws Library of King's College except under special arrangements announced from time to time Registered students of the University are entitled to admission to the University Library on the recommendation in writing of teacher of the University Books may be borrowed from the University Library Postgraduate students may use the Library of the Institute of Ad- vanced Legal Studies 25 Russell Square Harold Potter Memorial Library This library consisting mainly of law reports was formed by sub- scription in 1953 to commemorate Professor Harold Potter Dean of the Faculty of Laws from 1930 to 1951 It may be opened to individual students during normal College hours by permission of the Dean No book may be amoved from this library Moots In addition to the usual inter-collegiate and inter-university moots and debates an organised system of law moots exists within the Faculty in which every undergraduate is expected to participate as an essential part of his curriculum All undergraduates become members of one or other of the twelve Moot Clubs The Clubs compete among them- selves for the annual award of the Moot Cup which was presented to the Faculty Society by Professor Graveson in 1961 Individual prizes of books are also provided from the funds of the King's College Laws Faculty Trust
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