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Law and Religious Liberty Mentoring

Detailed information about 2020 Forum Mentoring is not yet available but will be posted in the future. Please review the information from the 2019 Forum for a look at the types of mentoring that may be available at the 2020 Forum.

Year after year, the number and complexity of critical, precedent-setting religious liberty cases grows exponentially.  The free exercise of religion is the most basic and inalienable of all human rights. However, the right to freely exercise one’s faith has never been more threatened than it is today. And the rights of Christians are especially vulnerable.

Forum Law and Religious Liberty Mentoring is designed to help answer your questions with regard to international religious liberty, sanctity of life and defence of the family. Also to help guide in additional training opportunities in these areas as a barrister (attorney), law student or pastor.

This type of mentoring is also offered in the cohort mentoring format.

LAW AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY MENTOR

David McIlroy is a practising barrister based in London in the UK. He holds master’s degrees in Law from the Universities of Cambridge, UK, and Toulouse, France, and a PhD in the Theology of Law from Spurgeon’s College, University of Wales. David serves on the editorial board of Law & Justice, teaches the Mission of Justice and the Theology of Law course at Spurgeon’s College, and is Visiting Professor of Law at Queen Mary University of London. He is convinced that justice matters enormously to God and He wants Christians to work hard to see justice done more and more in situations around the world. Through his books (A Biblical View of Law and JusticeA Trinitarian Theology of Law, The End of Law) and many articles, David seeks to deepen people’s reflections on justice and to inspire others to take up the challenge of acting justly, loving mercy, and walking humbly with God (Micah 6:8).

 

Michael J. Norton is an attorney with the Denver, Colorado law firm of Scheffel & Associates, P.C. Norton has also served as United States Attorney for Colorado, having been appointed first by President Ronald Reagan and then by President George H.W. Bush. Norton has also served as a religious liberties litigator with Alliance Defending Freedom. Norton holds a Juris Doctorate degree from American University’s Washington College of Law and a Masters of Divinity degree from Denver Seminary. Norton’s biblical mission is to help people solve life’s problems.

 

LAW AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY COHORT MENTOR

David McIlroy is a practising barrister based in London in the UK. He holds master’s degrees in Law from the Universities of Cambridge, UK, and Toulouse, France, and a PhD in the Theology of Law from Spurgeon’s College, University of Wales. David serves on the editorial board of Law & Justice, teaches the Mission of Justice and the Theology of Law course at Spurgeon’s College, and is Visiting Professor of Law at Queen Mary University of London. He is convinced that justice matters enormously to God and He wants Christians to work hard to see justice done more and more in situations around the world. Through his books (A Biblical View of Law and JusticeA Trinitarian Theology of Law, The End of Law) and many articles, David seeks to deepen people’s reflections on justice and to inspire others to take up the challenge of acting justly, loving mercy, and walking humbly with God (Micah 6:8).

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