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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-432

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ANNUAL REPORT XXXV Departmental Notes The session began with record intake of Intermediate students The increased numbers combined with the reduced size of tutorial classes imposed additional burdens on the staff but the policy was fully justified by the results of the year's work Continued progress was made in the organization of Law Moots the final being judged by Mr Justice Edmund Davies The Faculty entertained Professor Wengler of the Free University of Berlin under special system of University interchange between Berlin and London We also welcomed Professor Lachs of Warsaw who visited the University under the auspices of the British Council During the session Professor Graveson lectured at the Uni- versities of Paris Rennes Strasbourg Ghent Skopje and Belgrade and represented the University at the Sixth Congress of the Inter- national Academy of Comparative Law at Hamburg He gave an address on the Unification of Private International Law at the Inter- national Law Conference organized by the David Davies Memorial Institute and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law in London Professor Crane was re-elected Chairman of the Board of Studies in Law for the year 1962 Professor Nokes represented the University in his capacity as Dean of the University Faculty of Laws at the Eighth Congress of the International Association of Penal Law in Lisbon Dr Kiralfy spent the session as Visiting Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School Toronto During his year in America he gave the Graduation Address at Osgoode Hall and lectured at the Universities of Cornell New Brunswick Michigan and Tulane Mr Chloros accepted part-time Lectureship in Jurisprudence in the University of Bristol for the session during the absence abroad of the Dean of the Bristol Faculty of Law Colonel Draper attended conferences of the International Committee of the Red Cross dealing with the protection of civilians in war-time He was attached to the Legal Office of the United Nations Headquarters in New York during the long vacation for work on the study of the legal aspects of United Nations Forces He participated in the teaching at the United States Naval War College Staff Course on the International Law of the Sea and lectured on topics in international law to various bodies including the British Institute of International and Comparative Law the Royal Naval College and the Royal United Service Institution Mr Morrison and Dr Hickling gave courses of lectures at the Faculty of Law of the International University of Comparative Sciences at Luxembourg
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