Law & Justice is a peer reviewed journal published by the Edmund
Plowden Trust for the purpose of assisting and promoting the study
and understanding of the law of this country (UK) and its legal
systems in themselves and by comparing them with the laws and systems
of other countries and by considering them in the light of Christian
sources such as The Declaration of Religious Freedom (of the Second
Vatican Council), International Law, Canon Law and the Law of Nature.
Recently one of our subscription agencies, SWETS, went into administration and all who subscribed through this agency need to transfer to a different one.
We have managed to contact most of those affected but there are five subscribers who have paid their 2014 subscription but for whom we do not have an address to send issue 173. Please do get in touch if you realise you have missed an issue and we will get one to you as soon as possible.
The online Case Index is a particularly valuable resource to scholars
working in the field of law and religion. Abstracts of recent journal
articles are also available online.
In addition to publishing "Law & Justice" the Trust
holds the Richard O'Sullivan Memorial Lecture,
when a distinguished lawyer speaks on a topic concerned with
Law and Christian values.