The Journal of Episcopal Church Canon Law is a refereed journal, occasional publication. The Virginia Theological Seminary has graciously agreed to host to the journal on its website, but the publication is editorially independent and does not purport to represent the opinions and ideas of anyone beyond its editor and other contributors.
The journal is intended to be a resource for all with interest in canon law and particularly for those with concern for the canonical tradition of The Episcopal Church. It is hoped that this will include the chancellors of The Episcopal Church and its several dioceses, the participants in diocesan conventions and the General Convention (who enact canon laws for The Episcopal Church), canon lawyers, and those who like the editor have responsibility for teaching canon law to Episcopal seminarians. It is further hoped that canonists and scholars from other parts of the Anglican Communion and from other religious traditions will find the material of interest.
The editor welcomes comments, suggestion, and potential manuscripts. The latter should be submitted as email attachments in Microsoft Word. The editor can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org