Mark Hill QC

Mark Hill QC

Mark practises at Francis Taylor Building and is regularly instructed in litigation with a faith dimension. He has written extensively on law and religion.

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Theatre review: On Trial for Treason

Mark Hill QC reports on the mock trial of the Barons who negotiated the sealing of Magna Carta

For centuries, courts were held in the splendour of Westminster Hall, adjudicating upon mundane disputes, as well as major trials, such as those of Thomas More, Guy Fawkes and Charles I. 

28 September 2015
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Fashionable again

The Charter, its background, popular misconceptions and its current popularity – Robin Griffith-Jones and Mark Hill QC on Magna Carta, religion and the rule of law

“Magna Carta,” said Sir Edward Coke, “is such a fellow that he will have no sovereign.”

26 May 2015
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