Law, Morality, and the Common Good

L’Eylah

March 7, 1994
old hall lincolns in warburton lecture

The Warburton Lecture is an annual address delivered at Lincoln's Inn on the relationship between 'the concept and practice of law and the principles and practice of religion'. In 1993 Rabbi Sacks, as Chief Rabbi, became the first Jew to deliver the Lecture, which had been established by Bishop Warburton in 1768. He chose as his theme the connection between law, morality, education and society as seen from a Judaic perspective.