The Sharwood Lecture
Endowed Lecture in Religion and Law
The Robin Sharwood Lecture in Church Law is named in honour of the late Professor Robin Lorimer Sharwood AM, who is a former Warden of Trinity College, Melbourne. He was a passionate follower of the Anglican faith and had a particular interest in church law, given his background as an academic lawyer. In his will, Professor Sharwood generously bestowed a share of his estate to Trinity College to establish and finance a lecture series on this subject.
Each year, the Sharwood Lecture is delivered by an expert in church law, at both Trinity College Theological School in Melbourne and St James’ Church, King Street in Sydney, in conjunction with the St James’ Institute.
Wednesday 25 May
Law of the State and Religious Institutions.
Cause for Concern or Reform?
The Hon Justice Michael W. Shand AM QC
Will the ties that bind break under the strain? – The future for the Constitution of the Anglican Church of Australia
The Hon Justice Debra Mullins AO
From colonial chaplaincy to responsible governance: The Anglican Church of Australia and ecclesiology
The Rev’d Dr Bruce Kaye AM
Anglican canon law: Identity, ecclesiology and ecumenism
Prof. Mark Hill QC
Clergy status in the age of the Royal Commission
The Hon Keith Mason AC QC