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2013 JD/MDiv Graduate Jen Kidwell Aspires to Work for Structural Change

2013 JD/MDiv Graduate Jen Kidwell Aspires to Work for Structural Change

Congratulations to Jennifer Heald Kidwell, who graduates May 13 with a Doctor of Law/Master of Divinity joint degree. Pursuing ordination in the United Methodist Church, Kidwell was drawn to a dual degree as a way to connect her passion for ministry with her desire to work for structural change.

Faculty Announce New Books, Lectures, Honors

Faculty Announce New Books, Lectures, Honors

This spring, CSLR faculty report a number of major national and international lectures, newly published and forthcoming books, and high academic honors, including the election of Senior Fellow Jean Porter (Notre Dame) to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Broyde Named One of America's Top 50 Rabbis

Broyde Named One of America's Top 50 Rabbis

Michael J. Broyde, a professor of law at Emory University and a senior fellow of the Center for the Study of Law and Religion (CSLR), has been named one of America¿s top 50 rabbis by Newsweek magazine. Broyde ranked 37th on the list, which was released today.

Alexander says Housing is a Precondition for Human Flourishing

Alexander says Housing is a Precondition for Human Flourishing

One of the most important lessons learned from the Great Recession is that housing is an investment in individuals, relationships, and families, not just a financial investment, says Emory Law Professor Frank S. Alexander.