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" ... to his being called to the Bar, produce certificates of his having attended two complete courses, at least, of lectures, viz — One complete course of lectures of any two, at his option, of the four Law Professors, namely, the Law Professors of the... "
The History and Principles of the Civil Law of Rome: An Aid to the Study of ... - Page 50
by Sheldon Amos - 1851 - 475 pages
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The Roman Civil Law: Introductory Lecture on the Study of the Roman Civil ...

John Anster - Roman law - 1851 - 51 pages
...Law Professors, namely, the Law Professors of the University of Dublin and those of the King's Inns, and at least five-sixths of the lectures of each session or University Term. Every student admitted into the Society after the above date, if not a Graduate of one of the said...
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The Universities of Scotland: Past, Present, and Possible; with an Appendix ...

James Lorimer - Law schools - 1854 - 152 pages
...law professors, namely, the law professors of the University of Dublin, and those of the King's Inns, and at least five-sixths of the lectures of each session or university term. 4. " Every student admitted into the society after the above date (if not a graduate of one of the...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 41

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1856
...Law Professors, namely, the Law Professors of the University of Dublin, and those of the King's Inns, and at least five-sixths of the lectures of each Session or University Term. " 6. Every Student admitted into the Society after the above date (if not a Graduate of one of the...
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The Irish Church directory

1862
...Professors, namely, the Law Pro_ lessors of the University of Dublin, and those of the King's Inns, and at least five-sixths of the Lectures of each Session or University Term. LEGAL PRIVILEGES OF STUDENTS. I. By 14<fc 15 Viet. c. 88, "every person who, as a matriculated or non-matriculated...
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The Law Times, Volume 16

Law - 1851
...courses of these lectures — viz. one complete course of any two of the above professors' lectures, and at least five-sixths of the lectures of each session or university term. All students not graduates of the above universities must attend four courses, one of each of the above...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 23

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1872
...one of the said Universities, shall be eligible to he called to the Bar on producing Certificates of having attended four Courses of Lectures, viz. :—...engaged not less than three years in the study of the I/aw in Ireland, exclusive of the two years necessary for keeping Terms in England ; in every one of...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 45

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Bills, Legislative - 1853
...of his having attended four courses of Lectures, viz. — One course of ""E^UCATION^ the iLectures of each of the said four Professors, and at least five-sixths of the Lectures of OCTOBER, 1850. each Session or University Term ; in such manner, however, that every such Student shall...
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