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Moore's Introduction to English Canon Law (4th ed)
Garth Moore’s Introduction to English Canon Law is now available in a new edition prepared by Timothy Briden. This fourth revised edition brings an invaluable text thoroughly up to date in the light of recent changes to ecclesiastical law. Practising lawyers will find here information on the immediate problems arising in ecclesiastical cases as well as the background of ecclesiastical law in which they are set. This book deals with the basic principles on which canon law is built and with the complications which arise by reason of the Establishment, and gives in outline the constitution of the Church of England, and the law relating to its worship, sacraments, property, and persons.
New terms of business
With effect from 1st February 2013, all instructions undertaken by members of Lamb Chambers and their pupils will be carried out pursuant to the terms of Annexe T to the Bar Code of Conduct. To view Annexe T please click the following link:
The (New) Standard Contractual Terms for the Supply of Legal Services by Barristers to Authorised Persons 2012.
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