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Calgary Hearld

5 Nov 1919

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LAW EXAMINATION RESULTS ANNOUNCED

The results of the September, 1919, law examinations, conducted by the Law Society of Alberta for students-at-law, have just have been announced by the secretary, Charles F. Adams, K.C., and the following candidates have been granted their final examinations, having successfully passed in all subjects:
John Francis Charles Sells, c/o. Messrs. Griesback, O'Connor & Co., Edmonton.
James McLean Campbell, c/o. Edgar D. Crump, Lamont.
Thomas Emesley Garside, c/o. Messrs. McDonald & Grant, Edmonton.
The following have been granted their full final examination, having successfully passed the supplemental examination in the subjects indicated, namely:
George Fenwick Buchanan, c/o. Messrs. Tweedie & McGillivray, Calgary, constitutional law only.
Edmund Campion Bridges, c/o. A. M. de Long, Calgary, wills and criminal law only.
James Stanley Kirkham, c/o. Messrs. Ball & Holyoak, Lethbridge, company law and equity only.
Albert Mahaffy, c/o. Messrs. Short, Ross & Co., Calgary, equity only.
Ernest Henry Hudson, c/o. W. M. Chartres, Leduc, wills, practice and procedure and private international law.
Arthur Gardner Lincoln, c/o. Messrs. Patterson & McDonald, Calgary, wills and equity only.
Patrick M. Dunne, clerk of the district court, Edmonton, practice and procedure only.
Laurence Alexander Craig, c/o. J. A. Belanger, Morinville, criminal law only.

Second Intermediate

The following have been granted full second intermediate standing, having passed a supplemental examination in the subjects indicated, namely:
George Douglas Atkin, c/o. Messrs.Muir, Jephson & Adams, Calgary, evidence only.
Helen Margaret Fisher, c/o. Messrs. Savary, Fennerty & Chadwick, Calgary, practice and procedure and real property only.
Alexander Harper Miller, c/o. W. H. Sellar, Calgary, evidence only.
Arnold Edward Burley, c/o. George W. Massie, Edmonton, practice and procedure only.

First Intermediate


The following have been granted full first intermediate standing, having successfully passed in all the subjects prescribed, namely:
Henry Richard Dawson, c/o. Messrs. Lent, MacKay & Mann, Calgary.
Walter Kingsley Jull, c/o. Messrs. Lougheed, Bennett & Co., Calgary.
The following have been granted full fifrst intermediate standing, having passed the prescribed supplemental examination in the subjects indicated, namely:
Edward Douglas Arnold, c/o. A. J. Arnold, High River, real property only.
Israel Robert Kronick, c/o. Messrs. McArdle, Davidson & McGuire, Calgary, common law only.
Norman Montagu Plummer, c/o. H. F. Stow, Calgary, contracts only.
Alfred Simpson, Land Titles Office, Calgary, constitutional law and real property only.
Tom Harker Saul, c/o. Messrs. Fieldhouse & Hunter, Chauvin, equity only.
Stephen Sawula, c/o. Messrs. Hyndman, Milner & Co., Edmonton, common law only.
Henry Jackson Wilson, c/o. Messrs. Corbett, Gibson & Harper, Fort aSskatchewan, real property and equity only.
That the following are required to take supplemental examinations in the subjects indicated before obtaining full standing in their respective examinations, namely:

Finals


Angus Frazer Duncan, c/o. Messrs. Short, Cross & Co., Edmonton, company law.
Roy Chavatte Jackson, c/o. Messrs. Porte & McElwaine, Edmonton, constitutional law and practice and procedure.
John Edwin Knott, c/o. P. G. Thomson, Edmonton, wills and practice and procedure.
Thomas Wilson Lawlor, Hyndman, Milner & Matheson, Edmonton, company law.
Arthur Tennyson McLean Glanville, Edmonton, constitutional law and practice and procedure.


Second Intermediate

Laurel Earl McKercher, c/o. Messrs. Mustard & Day, Edmonton, practice & procedure.
Earl Clare Darling, c/o. Major C. Y. Weaver, Edmonton, common law and torts.


First Intermediate

Frederick Malcolm Rose, c/o. C. F. Harris, Lethbridge, real property.
Douglas Cameron Sinclair, c/o. Messrs. Jones, Pescod & Hayden, Calgary, constitutional law and real property.
Irene Beatrice McFarlane, c/o. Messrs. Wallbridge, Henwood & Co., Edmonton, constitutional law.
The benchers have have provision whereby a special final examination is being provided commencing November 24 next for students-at-law who have been on active military service overseas, and whose time has expired, and as all of the above named candidates in the final subjects, who are required to take supplemental examinations, are returned soldiers, they also are being allowed to present themselves in November.



Extracted by J. Kynman 2008-09-09