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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1967-1968-100

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Faculties and Courses of Study 107 Part II Jurisprudence and Legal Theory Any three of the following which have not been taken at Part English Land Law Principles of the Law of Evidence English Administrative Law Muhammadan Law 10 Hindu Law 11 Roman Law 12 History of English Law 13 Public International Law 14 Conflict of Laws 15 Conveyancing 16 Succession Testate and Intestate 17 Mercantile Law 18 Industrial Law 19 Law of Domestic Relations 20 Law of Business Associations CONDITIONS OF ENTRY In order to be qualified to commence course of study in the Faculty of Laws in this College an applicant must have satisfied the general requirements of the University for the procedure to be followed see General Information page 65 by means of subjects selected from the approved list of subjects drawn up by the University and set out in the Regulations Relating to University Entrance Requirements Copies should be available in schools but in case of difficulty copy can be obtained from the Secretary to the University Entrance Requirements Depart- ment University of London Senate House London One of the principal grounds for admission is evidence of high in- tellectual quality which may be in any field Subject to this considera- tion students who intend to read for the Law degree may find it helpful to take History Latin and English among their subjects at the examination for the General Certificate of Education at either Ordinary or Advanced level
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