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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1967-1968-351

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xxii Annual Report of the Delegacy appointment in the Civil Service His previous experience as Legal Secretary to the Church in Wales and during the 1939-45 war with the Judge Advocate's Department in the Royal Air Force led him naturally to develop in the College an interest in Constitutional and Administrative Law During the whole of his service with the Faculty as Lecturer and Senior Lecturer he held the appointment of Sub-Dean and endeared himself to generations of students graduate of Transvaal University College and former Rhodes Scholar at Balliol College Oxford Professor Findlay held teaching appointments in South Africa New Zealand and Newcastle-upon- Tyne before being appointed to the Chair of Philosophy at King's College in 1951 Professor Findlay is philosopher of wide sym- pathies His early interest in Meinong is reflected in his important contributions to the philosophy of mind and his deep understanding of contemporary philosophy illuminated his recent study of Hegel He was elected Fellow of the British Academy in 1956 and was Gifford Lecturer in the University of St Andrews from 1964 to 1966 Mr Handford's retirement from his Readership came after forty- three years as teacher in the Classics department He had great reputation as Latin grammarian and also translated Classical works into English of subtly idiomatic character He was valued by genera- tions of students as clear expounder and devoted tutor and friend He was charitable to and appreciated by his colleagues who were all his junior in age and service and he will be much missed Professor Nokes Dean of the Faculty of Laws 1965-66 came to the College as an undergraduate following service in the Royal Flying Corps during the First World War He took the LL in 1921 and after period in practice as member of the Inner Temple the LL in 1927 After service as Judge of the High Court of Travancore he was appointed Lecturer in the Faculty of Laws in 1947 becoming later Reader Professor and Fellow of the College In this period he established himself as widely recognised authority on the Law of Evidence Resignations Faculty of Arts Mrs Jennifer Isaacs Assistant Lecturer in English Mr Willett Temporary Lecturer in American Literature
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