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dc.identifier.citationCannataci, J. A. (1984). Editorial [Id-Dritt, 11, Spring 1984]. Id-Dritt, 11, 7-12.en_GB
dc.description.abstractThe 'Cry for Reform' is not the plaintive call of some proverbial lost voice in the desert. Get four or five law students together and if you'll start them off on the subject, you'll never hear the end of it! Even when one takes into consideration that law students are, after all, law students, and likely t<' over-state their case, one must admit that, regardless of sex, political inclinations and the endless divergence of opinions, one finally emerges with a number of areas of Maltese legal education which most students and Faculty members would like to see overhauled.en_GB
dc.publisherGħaqda Studenti tal-Liġien_GB
dc.subjectLaw -- Malta -- Periodicalsen_GB
dc.titleEditorial [Id-Dritt, 11, Spring 1984]en_GB
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dc.contributor.creatorCannataci, Joseph A.-
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Id-Dritt : Volume 11 : Spring 1984

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