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Conversations with Professor Peter Gonville Stein: a Contribution to the Squire Law Library Eminent Scholars Archive

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 September 2008

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This is another contribution by Lesley Dingle to an expanding audio and photographic archive, which focuses on the careers of prominent academics who have a long affiliation with the Faculty of Law at Cambridge University.

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