The inaugural performance of a new canon law play, Thrice to Rome, by Professor Norman Doe, took place in Wales this October at St Davids Cathedral.
Thrice to Rome, A play by Norman Doe, will be performed at The Temple Church, London, at 6.30 pm on Tuesday 5 March 2024.
The next ELS Day Conference will be ‘The Law of Liturgy in the Church of England: Dead or Alive?’, taking place on 27 April 2024 at St Peter’s, Eaton Square, in London
On Wednesday 13 September, the Worshipful David Etherington KC, Chancellor of London and Norwich, delivered a lecture to the Ecclesiastical Law Society.
Details of a play by Professor Norman Doe being performed at St David’s Cathedral, in Wales, on Friday 6 October.
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 component to the...
Aston Law School is hosting a lecture by Prof Mark Hill KC on the very significant ecclesiastical case of Aston Cantlow v Wallbank.
On 21 July 2023, the Church Times published an opinion piece by the Rt Revd Christopher Hill, President of the ELS and chair of the society’s Seal of Confession Working Party.
The ELS newsletter for July 2023 has been published.
On Thursday 6 July 2023, the Rt Revd Dr Martin Warner, Bishop of Chichester and Vice-Chair of the Ecclesiastical Law Society, delivered a London lecture on the ‘Bishop in Parliament’.
The Ecclesiastical Law Society is pleased to announce the publication of the Report of its Working Party on the Seal of Confession.
A report on the visit of Danish university researchers and social field practitioners to religious courts and councils in London.
On Saturday 10 June 2023, the Ecclesiastical Law Society’s Thirty-fifth Annual Conference took place at St Peter’s Eaton Square in London.
The Revd Stephen Coleman, trustee of the ELS, and the Revd Russell Dewhurst, Communications Officer, have been introducing ordinands to the canon law of the Church of England at TEIs (Theological Education Institutions) across the Church of England.
To mark the Coronation, the ELS and Cambridge University Press have published ‘The established nature of the Church of England: a collection of essays to mark the Coronation of King Charles III.’
The ELS is again collaborating with the Inner Temple in an annual Ecclesiastical Moot Competition.
In March 2023, the Rt Revd Humphrey Southern gave a lecture to the Ecclesiastical Law Society, entitled ‘Called on the Mountain to serve on the Plain – Priorities for Ministry Formation.’
The February 2023 edition of our newsletter is now available for download.