‘Law Reform and Law Making’, 1953
Scope and Contents
Printed volume of nine broadcast talks on law reform which Hamson contributed to with a talk on ‘The Present Condition of the Law’ broadcast on 3 October 1952. The nine talks were first transmitted by the BBC on the Third Programme during October and November 1952 and featured contributions from Sir Cecil Carr, Lord Justice A. T. Denning, Professor Arthur Lehman Goodhart, D. R. Seaborne Davies, E. C. S. Wade, and G. L. Williams. See MSS Add.9957/10/12 for related correspondence.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for researchers using Cambridge University Library. Some items of personal correspondence have been closed.
1 volume(s) (1 volume)
Language of Materials
- Carr, Sir Cecil Thomas, 1878-1966 (Knight and Counsel to the Speaker)
- Davies, David Richard Seaborne, 1904-1984 (jurist)
- Denning, Alfred Thompson, 1899–1999 (Baron Denning of Whitchurch, judge)
- Goodhart, Arthur Lehman, 1891–1978 (jurist)
- Wade, Emlyn Capel Stewart, 1895-1978 (jurist)
- Williams, Glanville Llewelyn, 1911–1997 (jurist and law reformer)
- From the Fonds: Hamson, Charles John Joseph, 1905–1987 (jurist and known as Jack) (Person)