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CSLR Looks to the Future With Allard as Associate Director

CSLR Looks to the Future With Allard as Associate Director

Silas W. Allard joins the Center for the Study of Law and Religion (CSLR) as Associate Director and Harold J. Berman Senior Fellow in Law and Religion as CSLR seeks to broaden its global reach by engaging religious traditions such as Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Sikhism, Taoism, and Indigenous Religions, while continuing to pursue groundbreaking scholarship around the Abrahamic religions.

Journal of Law and Religion Moves to CSLR

Journal of Law and Religion Moves to CSLR

The Journal of Law and Religion, long the flagship publication in the field, will move to the Center for the Study of Law and Religion (CSLR) at Emory University School of Law in August 2013.

Perry's Book Connects International Human Rights with U.S. Constitutional Rights

Perry's Book Connects International Human Rights with U.S. Constitutional Rights

In today¿s highly divided political climate conversations concerning capital punishment, same-sex marriage, and abortion often result in heated debates. Does the U.S. Constitution guarantee gay and lesbian couples the right to marry? Should a fetus be granted the same rights as an adult woman? Is capital punishment ¿cruel and unusual¿ in every circumstance?