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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1967-1968-389

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lx Annual Report of the Delegacy Davies Sub-Dean of the Faculty who both reached retiring age after twenty years of devoted service to the Faculty and the College Tribute was paid to them and presentations made at reception held at the end of the summer term One matter of great interest for law teachers in the United Kingdom was the publication in Vol of the Journal of the Society of Public Teachers of Law June 1966 of the important Survey of Legal Education by Professor Wilson of Southampton University Of particular interest for the Faculty is the statement that the increase in the numbers of law students at King's College since 1958-59 has been twice the London average The Report contrasts the staff student ratio at King's College of 20-8 with that of 12-8 at the London School of Economics and notes that the teaching load of London law teachers in most grades is higher than that at other universities Mr Chloros read paper in Workshop on Family Law held at the Institute of Advanced Studies on 'Equality of the sexes com- parative study' Colonel Draper was appointed the United Kingdom delegate to the twentieth international Red Cross Con- ference where he presented the United Kingdom case he read paper at the St John Fisher and Lady Beaumont Conference at Cam- bridge on 'The legal history of religious persecution in England' He gave public lectures at the Royal United Services Institution on Instruction in the Law of War to the armed forces' at the Austrian Military Staff Academy at Vienna the University of Vienna and the Austrian Canon Law Society and at the Joint Conference of the Red Cross and St John's Societies at Barnet Hill He undertook teaching at the Naval War College Newport during the long vacation In addition he broadcast on number of occasions Professor Graveson presided at the Special Commission on Divorce and Separation of the Hague Conference of Private Inter- national Law He gave an address on The unification of the different legal systems in the British Isles' to the Association de Legislation Comparee of Paris where he also held round-table discussion on Law Reform He lectured at the Faculty of Law University of Vienna on 'Unification of law within the British Isles' and to the Institute of Comparative Law on 'The work of the Special Commission of the Hague Conference on Divorce and Separation' He attended the meeting at Constance of the Centre for Documentation and Research in the Social Sciences as observer for the International Association of Legal Science and was appointed United Kingdom delegate to
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