Thrice to Rome – canon law play by Professor Norman Doe

Thrice to Rome – canon law play by Professor Norman Doe

The first performance of a dramatisation of the three appearances of Gerald of Wales in Rome before the court of Pope Innocent III in 1201-03 has been announced. It is based on Gerald’s own accounts of the trials, dramatised in English by Prof Norman Doe, Director of...

Moral & Material Decay: Four centuries of the Court of Arches

There is currently a temporary exhibition at Lambeth Palace Library entitled “Moral & Material Decay: Four centuries of the Court of Arches”. The Court of Arches is the Province of Canterbury’s most senior ecclesiastical court. There is a digital...

Aston Cantlow v Wallbank – Lecture by Mark Hill KC on 4 Sep 2023

Aston Law School is hosting a lecture by Prof Mark Hill KC on the very significant ecclesiastical case of Aston Cantlow v Wallbank. We are advertising this lecture as being of interest to our members, but all queries about the event should be directed to Aston Law...

ELS Newsletter July 2023

The ELS newsletter for July 2023 has been sent to members. A PDF version can be downloaded here.