Profile submitted by Mark Hill QC
Religious liberty, ecclesiastical law, public law, costs, ADR.
HRLA; Chairman, Ecclesiastical Law Society
Specialist in ecclesiastical law, religious liberty, judicial review and costs; and consultant lecturer in due process and the rule of law in Uzbekistan, Nigeria, Ethiopia and Myanmar. Recorder; Chancellor of Dioceses of Chichester, Leeds and Europe; Honorary Professor of Law, Cardiff University; Kings College London and University of Pretoria; Notre Dame University, Sydney. Cases: President of Methodist Conference v Preston (2013) Supreme Court; Eweida v UK (2013) ECtHR; Shergill v Khaira (2014)Supreme Court; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints v UK (2011) ECtHR; Holliday v Musa (2010), Court of Appeal; R (HM Coroner for Eastern London) v Secretary of State for Justice (2009) Admin Ct; R (Madden and Finucane) v Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (2006) Admin Ct; PCC of Aston Cantlow v Wallbank (2004)
'Ecclesiastical Law' (4th ed, 2018); ‘Great Christian Jurists in English History’ (2017); 'Magna Carta, Religion and the Rule of Law' (2015); ‘Religion and Discrimination Law in the European Union’ (2012); 'Religion and Law in the United Kingdom' (2014); 'Religious Liberty and Human Rights' (2002); 'Jowitt's Dictionary of English Law' (3rd ed, 2010) and 'Butterworths Costs Service' (2011).