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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1973-1974-439

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lxvi Annual Report of the Delegacy London in October on the 'Taxation of Land Transactions' in Brighton in November on 'The Estate Duty on Gifts and Settlements' in London and on 'Executorship and Trusteeship' at St Catherine's College Oxford in June Professor Cohn gave course of lectures on methods of inter- pretation in English Law at Frankfurt University lecture on the German Civil Code at the University of Manchester and lecture on the 'German Property Market' to the Conference on Urban Develop- ment in London He also lectured on 'Heinrich Gratz-a contemporary view' to the Leo Baeck Institute in Chicago and delivered the Rein- hardt-Memorial Lecture on 'Three Jewish lawyers of Germany' to the Society for Jewish Studies in London Mr Hughes Sub-Dean assisted in the organisation and running of the Ford Foundation Legal Workshop under the Chairmanship of Professor Graveson He was also Speaker at the sixth-Form Careers Conferences run by the Counties of Surrey and Herts Mr Wellwood was appointed Deputy County Court Judge Mr Lloyd attended the Jean Bodin Conference on the law relating to children at Strasbourg in May and presented paper on 'The Protection of the Minor in the History of English Law' Mrs Jane Fortin also attended the Jean Bodin Conference and pre- sented paper on The Juvenile Delinquent in the History of English Law' She also worked as member on the Committee on Methods of Examination Assessment and attended the Conference in September Dr Mendelson addressed the British Branch of the International Law Association on 'Diminutive States in the International Com- munity' He also broadcast in 'The World Today' World Service on the position of war criminals in international law The Faculty must record with deep regret the deaths of Professor Nokes and Professor Hamish Ross Gray The former came to King's as Reader after the War and later held Chair of Law He was an outstanding scholar whose name is associated in particular with the teaching of the law of evidence in which he was an acknowledged authority Professor Hamish Gray had teaching career in Notting- ham after which he filled with distinction the Deanship of the Law School in Canterbury New Zealand for many years More recently he occupied the Barber Chair in the University of Birmingham During his years of absence overseas he found time to spend year as Visiting Professor at King's College where he had studied as an undergraduate
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