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LATEST EDITION
172 Hilary/Easter 2014

Main Articles

Case Book

  • A Local Authority v SY [2013] - Frank Cranmer
  • AAN (Veil) Afghanistan [2014] - Frank Cranmer
  • and many others

Book Reviews

  • The Protections for Religious Rights: Law and Practice, by Dingemans, Yengistu, Cross & Masood - Frank Cranmer
  • Law and the Bible: Justice, Mercy and Legal Insitutions, by Cochran and VanDrunen (ed.) - Jonathan Hyde
  • Do we still need St Paul?, by O'Mahony - Michael Conneely

Law & Justice

The Christian Law Review

Law & Justice is a peer-reviewed journal published twice yearly in an era of change and in what is now called the plural society when nearly all legal concepts, customs and conventions are likely to be questioned. In this process, views are offered from Christians involved in the practice, study and teaching of, or writing about law. We are concerned with both the substance of the law and its procedures, and its philosophy considered as they are and as we think they ought to be. We do not exclude any area of law from our scrutiny because we believe that all legal developments should be examined from a Christian perspective.

Contributions to Law & Justice express the views of their authors and not necessarily the views of the Editorial Board, the Editor, or the Trustees.


CITATION

Citation of Articles appearing in LAW & JUSTICE should be:
(2004) 153 LAW & JUSTICE 178-183


RECENT ISSUES

Issue 171 contained the articles: Church and State in the Roberts Court and Institutional Religious Symbols, State Neutrality and Protection of Minorities in Europe amongst others

Issue 170 celebrated the Journal's 50th Anniversary and contained the article10th Richard O'Sullivan Memorial Lecture: The 10th Richard O'Sullivan Memorial Lecture: Does Establishment have a Future? by Lord Mackay of Clashfern

Issue 169 contained the articles: Church Law and the Nuttiness Coefficient and Secular Law: Is it at all Possible?

Issue 168 contained articles about how different religious bodies see their relations with the State
e.g. The Law of the Catholic Church and the Law of the State

Issue 167 contained an article on Edmund Plowden and the Rule of Law. and much more

Issue 166 contained an article on Abortion in Ireland and Conscientious Objection in Medicine.

Issue 165 contained articles on aspects of Canon Law and Legal Pluralism.

Issue 164 was a special issue which looked at Buddhist, Islamic, Hindu & Jewish approaches to Law.

Issue 163 contained articles about Catholic Education and British / Spanish legislation on abortion.

Issue 162 contained articles about the Church / State relationship in different countries and situations.

Issue 161 began with a speech by Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers on 'Equality before the Law' and articles on 'The Changing Criminal Law of Religion' and 'Catholic Adoption Agencies and Gay Adopters'.


 

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