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The Time of Angels – Dr Russell Sandberg

Posted on 9 May 2014 by Christopher Burns

Religion, Law and Society It is strange how sayings often cancel each other out. It is often exclaimed that ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’. Yet, we are also […]

Rome 2014 – Chloe Halloran Second Year LLB Student and Publicity Officer for Cardiff University Law Society

Posted on 8 April 2014 by Christopher Burns

On March 31st, those of us taking the Undergraduate LLB module ‘Law and Religion’ flew to Rome for an educational visit. We were joined by students from the Cardiff Law […]

Use of Beth Din in Divorce Dispute Does Not Undermine the Primacy of Civil Law – Professor Gillian Douglas

Posted on 4 February 2013 by Alison Tobin

AI v MT EWHC 100 (Fam), 30 January 2013, a case concerning a divorce dispute between an orthodox Jewish couple, has received extensive publicity. It is an important case, but […]

Chaplin, Eweida, Ladele and McFarlane: the judgment – Frank Cranmer, Honorary Research Fellow

Posted on 17 January 2013 by Alison Tobin

On 15 January the European Court of Human Rights handed down its judgment in what began as four cases involving four separate claimants who argued, as committed Christians, that the actions […]