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2019 Thomas Sutton Lecture Presented by Sir Mark Warby

Sir Mark Warby presents ‘More and more – Law and the London Charterhouse’

Thursday 17th October 2019. Refreshments from 6.30pm, lecture at 7pm. Guests are welcome to join us for Evensong in the Chapel at 5.30pm.

The 2019 Thomas Sutton Lecture, presented by Sir Mark Warby, will explore key historical legal figures and their connections to the Charterhouse over the last 700 years.

Our speaker, a High Court Judge, will shine a light on this fascinating aspect of the Charterhouse's remarkable history. Sir Mark's interest in the subject was first sparked in 2017 when he arrived here as ‘consort’ to the Master, Ann Kenrick. He believes that the Charterhouse's place in legal history deserves wider recognition. Sir Thomas More is perhaps the most famous legal mind to be associated with the London Charterhouse but there are many others, as his lecture will reveal.

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Sir Mark Warby presents ‘More and more – Law and the London Charterhouse’

Thursday 17th October 2019. Refreshments from 6.30pm, lecture at 7pm. Guests are welcome to join us for Evensong in the Chapel at 5.30pm.

The 2019 Thomas Sutton Lecture, presented by Sir Mark Warby, will explore key historical legal figures and their connections to the Charterhouse over the last 700 years.

Our speaker, a High Court Judge, will shine a light on this fascinating aspect of the Charterhouse's remarkable history. Sir Mark's interest in the subject was first sparked in 2017 when he arrived here as ‘consort’ to the Master, Ann Kenrick. He believes that the Charterhouse's place in legal history deserves wider recognition. Sir Thomas More is perhaps the most famous legal mind to be associated with the London Charterhouse but there are many others, as his lecture will reveal.