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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-131

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130 FACULTY OF LAWS fails in both the referred subject and Part II he may offer the referred subject alone on one more occasion only and Part II alone on any number of occasions Entry Forms and Certificates must be obtained from the College Office filled up returned to the College Registrar for signature and sent with the entry fee to the Academic Registrar of the University not later than the first day of March preceding the Examination II-FOR HIGHER DEGREES For the Regulations and Curriculum for the LL Ph and LL degrees students should consult the University Regulations in the Faculty of Laws for Internal Students which may be obtained on application to the Academic Registrar as above An extract from the Regulations is given below Reference should be made to the Sub-Dean for any amendment of these Regulations that may take place during the session LL candidate may obtain the LL degree either by passing at one and the same Examination in any four of the specified subjects or in special cases by passing at one and the same Examination in any two of the specified subjects and in addition submitting dissertation The duration of the course of study for the LL degree is normally two years but candidate for the degree of LL by examination above who is an internal graduate in Laws of the University of London and has obtained first class honours or second class honours upper division may present himself for examination after following an approved course of study for at least one year LL By Examination without Dissertation The subjects now prescribed for examination are given below candidates will be examined in any four of them In each subject the examination consists of one three-hour paper Jurisprudence and Legal Theory Company Law Constitutional Laws of the Commonwealth Canada Australia and either India or Pakistan International Economic Law Law of International Institutions Legal History Mercantile Law Comparative Law of Contract in Roman and English Law Comparative Conflict of Laws
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