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The Hon. Mr Justice Goff, D.C.L., Chairman of the Council of Legal Education.
It is my pleasure and privilege to introduce a speaker who needs no introduction. Lord Denning has been on the Bench for as long as I can remember. He was appointed a High Court Judge when I was still at school. For the greater part of my career as a practising lawyer he has been Master of the Rolls.
He delivered innumerable judgments of great distinction and interest: some, I believe, are controversial. He was also, I am proud to say, the head of my old chambers. He has taken a very long and abiding interest in the students of the Inns of Court, and in the work of the Inns of Court School of Law.
I can think of nobody whom we would welcome more here tonight to deliver the lecture which Messrs. Child & Co. has so generously endowed. Ladies and Gentlemen, The Master of the Rolls: The Right Honourable Lord Denning