The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
School of Law
School of Law.
The Session is the same as in the Arts Course; and the classes are open to all persons over fifteen years of age.
Examination in General Education required by Law Students.
Students, by passing the Matriculation Examination or the Preliminary Examination in Medicine, without No. VI. of the compulsory subjects, will be admitted as Solicitors without further examination in General Knowledge, excepting a paper in Constitutional History.
Note.—By section 5 of "The Law Practitioners Act 1865," Graduates of the University of New Zealand or any other University in the Empire are entitled to admission as Barristers upon passing in Law only, without having been Barristers' Pupils.