In picture are (from left) class members Francis, Paul Finnemore, Don Nicol, Ivor Schneider and Cyril Prisman, who took a stroll down memory lane.
The primum principium of reading for a law degree hasn't changed much in the past 60 years, apparently.
"Work hard, read the case - especially the judgement - properly, and apply the law to the facts," says Michael Francis of the law class of 1952, one of five graduates and three lecturers who attended a reunion at UCT in March.
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