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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-333

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xxxvm Annual Report admission Their standard has shown little variation over the past decade The Faculty continued to strengthen its international legal contacts in various ways and at various levels Grants for travel and study in Eastern Europe were made under the Haytcr scheme to Dr Kiralfy and Mr Chloros The Faculty Society was particularly active under its able President Mr David Andrews and organised memorable weekend conference at Cumberland Lodge on Crime and Punishment The opening of the Park Room provi- ded much needed study and reading room for the whole Faculty for law students arc gravely handicapped by lack of library space Owing to the resignation of Miss -M Cockram to take up an appointment in South Africa Dr Honig was invited to assist in the teaching of public international law task which he undertook most ably in the Lent and Easter terms The proposal of the Faculty to introduce in 1964 an alternative to Roman Law at the Intermediate LL to be known as Elements of French Civil Law was warmly received in the University and approved by the Senate This alternative subject is intended particularly for students with an interest in the French language and institutions who nevertheless do not wish to read for degree in French It represents an important break with long tradition of the compulsory reading of Roman Law for an English law degree Professor Graveson was the guest of the Polish Academy of Sciences lecturing at the Academy and at the Universities of Warsaw and Cracow He also gave courses at the International Faculty of Comparative Law Luxembourg and at the Hague Academy of International Law As member of the International Social Science Council he participated in the establishment in Vienna of an inter- national Centre for Research and Documentation in the Social Sciences At the end of his period of office as Dean of the Faculty of Laws in the University Professor Nokes was appointed acting Dean for further term owing to the illness of his successor Dr Kiralfy gave course of lectures on English Law at Strasbourg and broadcast talks on the BBC Home Service The conferment of the title of Reader in Comparative Law on Mr Chloros as from October 1962 epitomises one aspect of the policy of law teaching in the College over the past decade Mr Chloros was appointed Vice-Dean of the International Faculty of Comparative Law at Luxembourg and lectured there on English and Comparative Law during the Summer session 1962 and Spring session 1963 Mr Chloros
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