Monday, September 12, 2011

For Students of the Gray's Inn

On a very similar note, the same clear-out turned up my late father's Gray's Inn student card (left).

Unfortunately, the card is undated, but my father would have been a student there during the mid-sixties.

The card admitted "a Student of the Gray's Inn, to the Hall, Library, Common Room, and to the Lectures and Classes of all the Readers and Assistant Readers appointed by the Council of Legal Education."

It also stated that the card "must be returned to the Under-Treasurer's Office when the Student is Called to the Bar".


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