The Institute for Ecumenical Studies of the Angelicum, Rome, hosted an International Ecumenical Conference “Listening to the West” 26-28 January 2023. Organized under the patronage of the Dicastery for Promoting Christian Unity and the General Secretariat of the...
“An Elizabethan Mystery: The Lever Canon Law Manuscript at Inner Temple” Lecture by Norman Doe at the Temple Church, Tuesday 28 February 2023, 6.00pm, followed by drinks in the Round.
The Ecclesiastical Law Society has announced its programme of London lectures for 2023.
The September 2022 edition of our newsletter is now available for download.
The editorial board of the Ecclesiastical Law Journal met in Cambridge on Tuesday 25 October.
The Colloquium of Anglican and Roman Catholic Canon Lawyers, a network of the Centre for Law and Religion at the School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University, met in Rome in October 2022.
A report on Professor Norman Doe’s lecture on the Chancery Court of York at York Minster on 29th September.
The September 2022 edition of our newsletter is now available.
Members of the Ecclesiastical Law Society mourn the loss of Queen Elizabeth the Second, who has been an inspirational Christian leader for as long as many of us can remember. May she rest in peace. We pray for the whole Royal Family in mourning, and especially for the...
The 2nd edition of The Principles of Canon Law Common to the Churches of the Anglican Communion was launched on 5 August 2022 at the Lambeth Conference.
The Principles of Canon Law Common to the Churches of the Anglican Communion (Second Edition, 2022) are now available for purchase in hard copy here, and in PDF format for download here. Since 2008, the Principles have been used in academic research, ecumenical...
In 2022, the Eric Kemp prize has been to Erin Carus.
The Principles of Canon Law Common to the Churches of the Anglican Communion, 2022 revision, will be launched at the Lambeth Conference on 5 August.
The Inner Temple Mooting Society hosted the final of its Ecclesiastical Law Moot on Saturday 2 July 2022 at the Temple Church.
The Church House Legal Office has prepared an informal Keeling Schedule of the Faculty Jurisdiction Rules as they have effect from 1 July 2022, incorporating the amendments made by the Faculty Jurisdiction (Amendment) Rules 2022: available here.
“Could the State do Without Marriage Law?” by Daniel J. Hill has been published as an Open Access article in the Ecclesiastical Law Journal, May 2022.
The June 2022 edition of our newsletter is now available.
In the light of the impending rail strike, the difficult decision has been taken to postpone the lecture by Professor Norman Doe planned for Thursday 23 June at York Minster.