Uniting those interested
in Anglican canon law
The Anglican Legal Society brings together diocesan chancellors, attorneys, and others who are interested in Anglican canon law and related legal issues. Its gatherings, whether in person or by Zoom, offer instruction, fellowship, and an opportunity to learn from each other about wise practices and good order for Anglican parishes and dioceses. The Anglican Legal Society is open to lawyers and non-lawyers, to lay people and to clergy—to anyone who shares an interest in Anglican governance and canon law.
resources & opportunities
- April 29: Conversation with a Chancellor: Canon Ross Kimball (Anglican Diocese in New England)
- May 27: Conversation with a Chancellor: Jeffrey Hurt (REC Diocese of Mid-America)
- June 24: Christian Mediation: Hon. George Peagler, retired
- July 22: Canon Law 101: Church Order (Principles of Canon Law Common to the Churches of the Anglican Communion, Part I)
- August 26: Canon Law 101: Ecclesiastical Government (Principles of Canon Law Common to the Churches of the Anglican Communion, Part III)
If you would like more information on the Anglican Legal Society’s upcoming events or how to get more involved with ALS, feel free to contact us!
Resources from our latest Annual Meetings
in Canon Law
The 2020 and 2021 annual gatherings of the Anglican Legal Society were held at the annual meeting of the Christian Legal Society. These gatherings aimed to develop interest in Anglican canon law, to facilitate communication between members, to share best practices, and to learn more about topics such as the relationship of law and religious liberty. Sessions were held in person and by Zoom, and they included panel presentations on Title IV Ecclesiastical Discipline, the implications of the ABA Model Rule 8.4G for Christian attorneys, and paper presentations covering a variety of topics pertinent to Anglican canon law. We have been able to post segments of these gatherings below.