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Cambridge LCF and CMF day conference: Law & Liberty

The Lawyers Christian Fellowship and the Christian Medical Fellowship

Saturday, 10 March 2018 from 09:30 to 15:45 (GMT)

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Lawyer 11 Mar 2018 £40.00 £0.00
Legal Exec/Paralegal 11 Mar 2018 £20.00 £0.00
Trainee/Pupil 11 Mar 2018 £10.00 £0.00
Student/Unwaged 11 Mar 2018 £10.00 £0.00

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Law & Liberty: Valuing freedom in all its fullness

We may feel that there is an ongoing loss of our freedom and liberties as Christians in the UK. Safe spaces and the restriction of freedom to express and speak about the gospel and issues relating to the Christian faith are often articulated as a way to 'protect' people. However, the freedom to exchange ideas, compare worldviews and discuss our values is crucial if we are to explain that true freedom lies in the good news of Jesus Christ.

The aim of this day conference is to help lawyers and medics work through some of the challenges we face today in terms of liberty, to encourage involvement in the discussion of these issues and, most importantly, to not lose heart but see this as a wonderful gospel opportunity!

Our speakers are experts in their fields and will each give us a scriptural focus as well as helpful insights into the current environment of both the legal and practical outworking of the issues.

This conference, organised jointly by Lawyers' Christian Fellowship and the Christian Medical Fellowship, is open to all lawyers and healthcare professionals, medical, legal and nursing students, spouses, and friends.



09:30 Registration & coffee

10:00 The biblical foundations of our civil liberties – Andrew Fellows

10:45 What does the law say? (The cultural and legal aspects of Article 9 of the Human Rights Act) – Mark Jones

11:30 Coffee

12:00 How does the law impact clinical practice? Trevor Stammers

12:45 Lunch

13:30 Panel discussion on the morning topics

14:15 Knowing our rights, how do we navigate the current climate? Craig Bartholomew

15:00 Panel discussion on the whole day

15:45 Close



Andrew Fellows

Andrew is Director of Christian Heritage in Cambridge. He is eager to see believers align their thinking and outlook with the gospel. Before his current post, he served as a pastor of a church in Bradford, then at L'Abri Fellowship UK, and from 2011 to 2016 he was the Chairman of L'Abri International. Andrew is married to Helen and they have four children.

Mark Jones

Mark is a partner in a solicitors' firm. He specialises in employment law and has been involved in many ground breaking and high profile cases from the Employment Tribunal to the European Court of Human Rights, including the first successful Article 9 case against the UK. He is also the Chair of the LCF and a director/trustee of three other charities. He attends church in Surrey, leading a discipleship group and one of the youth ministries.

Trevor Stammers

Trevor is a Reader in Bioethics and Director of the Centre for Bioethics and Emerging Technologies at St Mary's University in London. His research interests are in the ethics of organ donation and in genetic manipulation. Before entering academia, Trevor was a GP for 27 years. He is married with three adult children and could have achieved none of the preceding without his wife Rachel.

Rev. Dr. Craig G. Bartholomew

Craig is the Director of the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics (KLICE) in Cambridge, having recently been Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Religion and Theology at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Canada. He is also an Anglican priest and his academic background is in Old Testament studies and hermeneutics. He has edited and written many books, most recently (2017) Beyond the Modern Age: An Archaeology of Contemporary Culture.

Do you have questions about Cambridge LCF and CMF day conference: Law & Liberty? Contact The Lawyers Christian Fellowship and the Christian Medical Fellowship

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Mills & Reeve
Botanic House
100 Hills Road
CB2 1PH Cambridge
United Kingdom

Saturday, 10 March 2018 from 09:30 to 15:45 (GMT)

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