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Title: Editorial [The Law Journal : volume 1 : issue 1]
Authors: Malta Law Students' Society
Keywords: Law -- Malta -- Periodicals
Constitutional law -- Malta -- Periodicals
Civil law -- Malta -- Periodicals
Issue Date: 1944
Publisher: Malta Law Students' Society
Citation: Malta Law Students' Society (1944). Editorial [The Law Journal : volume 1 : issue 1]. The Law Journal, 1(1), 5-10.
Abstract: The present Academical Course of law has had a chequered career. It has had in particular a long innings of upheaval and innovation, admittedly justified by attending circumstances. The urgent need for a sweeping and transformation in university life, University culture, and, above all, University outlook brooked no question. The greatest and most difficult transition of which the history of the University bears record had to be effected. Ina addition the conservative attitude and the deep lethargy of proportion of the undergraduate community had to be overcome. Progress towards this goal has been, it is true, jerky and halting at times; but a certain amount of progress has been made and we are now definitely paddling in smoother waters. The undergraduates are becoming more and more liberal in their views and a spirit of rebirth is pervading the walls of the Alma Mater. This is not only evidenced by the frequent excursions in realms of dancing and amateur dramatics, but even more clearly by a rapid increase in the number of undergraduate societies.
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