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Oxford Conference: Magna Carta and Freedom of Religion or Belief

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June 21-24. St Hugh’s College, Oxford. Hosted by the International Center for Law and Religion Studies, in cooperation with The Oxford Journal of Law and Religion.

Join leading academics, policymakers, lawyers, and students for a conference commemorating the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta. The conference, which includes presentations and visits to Runnymede and the Inns of Court, will address a blend of historical and current issues.

Highlights include:

The Rt Hon Lord Igor Judge, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales (2008-2013), co-author: Magna Carta Uncovered (Hart Publishing, 2014)

Professor Mark Hill, QC, Cardiff University, King’s College London, University Pretoria, co-editor: Magna Carta, Religion, and the Rule of Law (Cambridge, 2015)

Professor Nicholas Vincent, University of East Anglia, The Magna Carta Project, author: Magna Carta: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford, 2012)

Professor R.H. Helmholz, University of Chicago Law School, author: ‘Magna Carta and the Law of Nations’, in Magna Carta, Religion, and the Rule of Law (Cambridge, 2015)

For further highlights and to register for the event, please visit the website, or email wrightde@law.byu.edu.uk.