Dr. Gail-Maryse Cockram, Barrister at Law of Grays Inn, is an international lawyer who has been resident in South Africa since 1963. She has written on legal aspects of emigration in the Commonwealth, the United Nations and on the mandate for South West Africa.

She was educated at St. Paul’s Girls School, London: Canberra High School Australia, the Australian National University (*Commonwealth Scholar) and the London School of Economics (Rockefeller student in international relations). In her subsequent career she became Bryce Exhibitor of the University of London and Scholar of Grays Inn.

She spent her childhood in South Africa during World War II and in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia.

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Authored by Gail-Maryse Cockram and published by Academica of Pretoria in 1970. Hard cover bound this First Edition copy is in Fine condition, covered in Plastic with a Very Good dust jacket. The size of the book is 221x143x27mm, with  222 pages including the notes. Dust jacket has 30mm ball-point scribble on front cover and slight discolouration on rear; price clipped. Book has faint spotting on front free end paper.