Dr. William

School

  • School of Canon Law
  • Expertise

  • Procedural Law
  • Administrative Law
  • Jurisprudence
  • Canonical Latin Translation
  • Professional memberships/activities:

    • Consociatio Internationalis Studio Iuris Canonici Promovendo (2011-present)
    • Canon Law Society of America (2004-present)

    Publications

    • Ministerium Iustitiae

      Ministerium Iustitiae

      "Ministerium Iustitiae." Jurisprudence of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura. Official Latin with English Translation, Gratianus Series (Montréal: Wilson & Lafleur Ltée, 2011).

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    • The Art of Good Governance. A Guide to the Administrative Procedure for Just Decision-Making in the Catholic Church

      The Art of Good Governance

      The Art of Good Governance. A Guide to the Administrative Procedure for Just Decision-Making in the Catholic Church, Gratianus Series (Montréal: Wilson & Lafleur Ltée, 2015).

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    Translations

    Decisions of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura and the Tribunal of the Roman Rota published in The Jurist (Washington, D.C.), Studia canonica (Ottawa) and Monitor Ecclesiasticus (Rome).

    Latest Publications

    “The ‘Appellatio mere dilatoria’ in Causes of Nullity of Marriage. A Contribution to the General Theory of the Appeal against a Definitive Sentence,” Studia canonica 50 (2016) 383-452.

    “The Notion of Canonical Jurisprudence and its Application to the Tribunal of the Roman Rota and Causes of Nullity of Marriage,” The Jurist 76 (2016) 197-229; Justice and Mercy Have Met. Pope Francis and the Reform of the Marriage Nullity Process, ed. Kurt Martens (Washington, DC: CUA Press, 2017) 271-303.

    “The Singular Administrative Act in Canon Law,” Studia canonica 50 (2016) 175-247.

    “Note” on Three Decisions Excardinationis impositae of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura, Monitor Ecclesiasticus 130 (2015) 367-371.

    “The Abbreviated Matrimonial Process before the Bishop in Cases of ‘Manifest Nullity’ of Marriage,” The Jurist 75 (2015) 539-591.

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