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The Courts, the Church and the Constitution

Thursday 9th November 2017

The 2017 Annual Las Casas Lecture was delivered by Aidan O'Neill QC at Blackfriars on the 9th of November 2017.

In his lecture, Aidan O'Neill QC reviews the unique relation between the Churches and the State that is found in Britain, considering both our history and the law as it stands now, and looking in particular at contemporary tensions between the Courts and Christians who assert their right to conscientious objection.
Lecture by Aidan O'Neill

Additionally, the right hand column provides links to the text of the lecture as well as other documents which were mentioned in the lecture. A couple of other related articles are available via the following links:
Smash the Law - we want justice          
The Case for IWGB - 30 November 2016          
Married - with children - Commonweal          

Aidan O'Neill QC was interviewed by Richard Finn OP, Director of the Las Casas Institute, on the subject of human rights, the constitution, courts, and the church, summarises and explains the background to his lecture given on this subject.
Interview with Aidan O'Neill

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