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COURTNEY STANHOPE KENNY,
J.P., LL.D., F.B.A.
EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF LAW IN
Cartney Stanhope Kenny
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r promise of metery of the law. 71. after the aid of a proxime examination for the Whewell Internation law tore norths my proceeded to Downg College.
r dista on her lawyers associated : heat on this vine, he headed Law Tupos and was Chancellor's har same year (187p, he was elected Union Society, thus giving evidence which as characterised his public es and deligated his audiences. His aptisch was di played in the notable nt et gaming the Yorke Prize in three Voals (1877-1879) with luminous essays History of Primogeniture, the Law of Women, and Endowed Charities. He 1 to the Bar as a member of I incoln's 7881, and joined the South Eastern