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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1967-1968-388

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Annual Report of the Delegacy lix First Degrees LL 2nd Class Upper Division 13 2nd Class Lower Division 41 Pass 16 Higher Degrees Ph Al-Kaissi 'The Concept of Domicile in English and Iraqi Laws with particular reference to the Personal Law Ph Canham 'The nature of punishment with particular reference to the penalties imposed by various legal systems LL by examination Awotesu Awouda Brennan Burns Α Ν Eastwood El-Mahdi Hassan Lufti Medani Distinction Mina Oluyede Shah Wills LL by dissertation Β Dickens Faculty Notes The session was characterised by an atmosphere of change not only within the Faculty but also within the broader context of law in the University and outside In this broader context the Faculty along ith those of other colleges is considering revision of the structure of the LL the operation of the revised one-year LL the introduction of the new Master of Philosophy in Law and the consequences in terms of considerably increased numbers of postgraduate students greater library needs for these developments and the constantly increasing pressure on space for all the normal work of study teaching and research in law Beyond the University the establishment in 1965 of the Law Commission led to invitations to members of the Faculty to co-operate in the stages leading to law reform which are the responsibility of the Commission The success of the experiment con- cerning the introduction of French Civil Law in the Faculty mentioned in the Report for the session 1964-65 aroused great interest not only in other university law faculties but also in one of the two professional bodies of lawyers and the example is likely to be followed This general atmosphere of change was reflected in the Faculty and accentuated by the departure of four members of staff see xxii including Professor Nokes Dean of the Faculty and Mr
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