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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-139

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138 FACULTY OF LAWS SPECIAL LECTURES Current Legal Problems University College Thursday 5-6 Various lecturers Introduction to Comparative Law London School Tuesday 12-1 Prof Kahn Freund of Economics LECTURES IN THEOLOGY FOR NON-THEOLOGICAL STUDENTS Under the terms of the King's College London Transfer Act 1908 the Council is required to provide weekly lecture in Theology The time tables are so arranged as to allow any student who wishes it to attend these lectures but no one may be compelled to do so To meet this requirement the lectures are delivered on Mondays at 10 The lectures are designed for students desiring the Associate- ship of King's College and are provided without extra fee For the regulations governing the award of the Associateship to non-theological students see 44 POSTGRADUATE COURSES ACADEMIC POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN LAW For courses in English Legal Method students will attend lectures on the English Legal System at King's College at 12 noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays and tutorial classes on Tuesdays from to These classes will be held at King's College in the Michaelmas term Mr Wellwood at the London School of Economics in the Lent term and at University College in the Summer term Mr Holland Diploma students may also attend Prof Kahn-Freud's course of lectures on the Introduction to Comparative Law on Tuesdays from 12 to during the Michaelmas term at the London School of Economics For courses in Group II students will attend the appropriate lectures for the LL course according to the general timetable Students taking Equity should attend lectures on Trusts University College and those taking British Public Law should attend iectures on Constitu- tional Law at King's College at 12 noon on Mondays and Fridays For courses in Group III students will attend the appropriate lectures or the LL or LL courses For Comparative Law students will attend lectures at King's College at times to be arranged these will be announced on the notice-board in the vestibule of the Laws Faculty block LL COURSES The timetable of LL seminars will be published separately and will be available to students on request
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