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Title: Editorial [The Law Journal : Volume 2 : Issue 5]
Authors: Malta Law Students' Society
Keywords: Law -- Malta -- Periodicals
Issue Date: 1949
Publisher: Malta Law Students' Society
Citation: Malta Law Students' Society. (1949). Editorial [The Law Journal : Volume 2 : Issue 5]. The Law Journal, 2(5), 235-238.
Abstract: It is with no self-conceit that on leaving the threshold of the Alma Mater we can look back with satisfaction on the activities of the Law Society during the past three years. The Law Society has done much to achieve its primary purpose, that of fostering among law students a lively interest in the studies they have adopted. It has been of the greatest help to them in efficiently organising and distributing notes on the subjects included in the various syllabi at little or no profit. This has been of great benefit to all law students as otherwise many would have been handicapped. The Law Society however derives its existence from the support of its members which was not in all cases given ungrudgingly though a number of moots and debates were held which have been reported in earlier issues of the law journal. It is to be hoped that this interest will increase and that the activities of the Law Society will extend further. One would like to see once more those series of lectures which some years ago started to be delivered by prominent members of the legal Profession and which, provided due publicity is given and support is not lacking, might well be revived. The Law Journal has had a healthy existence during this period as witnessed by the varied and learned contributions as well as by its wide circulation. It has also found its way to England, Canada, the U.S.A. and Switzerland.
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