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lxii Annual Report of the Delegacy Postgraduate LL Phil Ph Research Faculty Notes Undergraduate admissions to the Faculty are limited by reasons of space and resources to some 75 year regrettably small fraction of the steadily growing total number of applications The policy of careful selection of postgraduate students not dictated to the same ex- tent by shortage of accommodation is resulting in notable increasing academic quality At both levels the standing of the Faculty nationally and internationally is considered satisfactory but its academic staff reject complacency and are anxious to meet the varied new demands created by changes in the law its content and its horizons The Faculty has continued to fulfil its traditional and basic responsi- bility for the teaching of English law Its valuable specialisation in international and comparative law should not obscure that fact It is responding to this basic demand in planning the creation of Centre of Property Law in which all forms of property will be treated from the contemporary standpoint of planning and taxation and links established with practitioners in the field Of more immediate urgency however is the Faculty's response to the probability-now known to be certainty-of the accession of the United Kingdom to the European Communities In conformity with the Faculty's quinquennial proposal for the establishment of Centre of European Law including that of Chair of European Law it was necessary to make start within our existing resources on the regular teaching of European Community Law The teaching of this subject as second-year option foreshadowed in last year's report from the Faculty has accordingly been realised throughout the current academic year with the collaboration of Professor Bathurst Professor Chloros Professor Cohn Mrs Harmer Professor Guy Schrans of Ghent University our Visiting Professor in Belgian Studies and Pro- fessor Sir Francis Vallat With our entry into the Common Market continental interest in English Common Law has increased One result affecting the Faculty is that the course for young foreign lawyers sponsored by the British Council has been augmented Entries already received for 1973-74 50 18
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