Mark Hill QC – Honorary Professor of Law, Cardiff University; Extraordinary Professor, The University of Pretoria; Visiting Professor, King’s College London; Adjunct Professor, Notre Dame University Law School, Sydney

Mark Hill QC is Honorary Professor at the Centre for Law and Religion at Cardiff University; Extraordinary Professor the University of Pretoria; Visiting Professor at King’s College London; Adjunct Professor at Notre Dame University Law School, Sydney, Affiliated Fellow of the Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University, Atlanta, and the 2019 Sharwood Lecturer in Canon Law at Trinity College, University of Melbourne. Mark is Chairman of the Ecclesiastical Law Society and Vice-President of the International Consortium for Law and Religion Studies and a former President of the European Consortium for Church and State Research. He is Consultant Editor of the Ecclesiastical Law Journal, a member of the International Advisory Board of the Revista General de Derecho Canónico y Derecho Eclesiástico del Estado and sits on the Editorial Board of the Oxford Journal for Law and Religion. He holds various judicial appointments including one of Her Majesty’s Recorders on the  Midland Circuit hearing criminal cases. He is a Deputy Judge of the Immigration and Asylum Appeal Tribunal, and Chancellor of the Anglican Dioceses of Chichester, Leeds, and Europe. His recent publications include the fourth edition of the practitioner text Ecclesiastical Law (2018), Religion, Law and Security (2018), Great Christian Jurists in English History (2017), The Confluence of Law and Religion (2016), and Magna Carta, Religion and the Rule of Law (2015). He is currently co-editing Christianity and Criminal Law: An Introduction and The Routledge Handbook of Freedom of Religion of Belief, both scheduled for publication in 2019.