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|Title:||The G.H.S.L. and 1983|
|Keywords:||Law -- Study and teaching|
Students -- Malta -- Societies, etc.
|Publisher:||Għaqda Studenti tal-Liġi|
|Citation:||Ellis, J. (1983). The G.H.S.L. and 1983. Id-Dritt, 10, 80-83.|
|Abstract:||The Ghaqda Studenti tal-Ligi, (Gh.S.L. or as it is known in some circles, the Law Society), has for decades formed an integral part of university life in Malta. The Law Society has contributed over the years through the organisation of extra-curricular activities, the publication of journals such as ID-DRITT and through its function as a law students' union. Several lawyers who are now leading members of the legal profession on the island, had worked hard in the Law Society and in the process acquired valuable experience. Indeed, the present committee's policy of keeping the student body sensitive to key issues, should be of help to students in finding their own way when they are absorbed into the profession.|
|Appears in Collections:||Id-Dritt : Volume 10 : Autumn 1983|
Id-Dritt : Volume 10 : Autumn 1983
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