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Montague Earns Top CSLR Prize, Four Graduates Earn Dooyeweerd Awards

Montague Earns Top CSLR Prize, Four Graduates Earn Dooyeweerd Awards

Terri Y. Montague has won the 2014 Eliza Ellison Prize for Leadership in Law and Religion from the Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University. The award is named for the center¿s former associate director and director of publications and recognizes a graduate who has shown special initiative in leading law and religion studies within and beyond the classroom.

Emory Wins Religion and Law Moot Court

Emory Wins Religion and Law Moot Court

Emory University School of Law won first place in the first National Religion & The Law Moot Court Competition, held April 10 at Touro Law Center in Central Islip, New York.

Educational Pluralism Can Raise Academic Achievement, Berner Says

Educational Pluralism Can Raise Academic Achievement, Berner Says

The United States is an outlier among democratic nations in its resistance to providing public funds to religious schools. At the same time, the United States spends more per student on education than other nations, yet American high school students are ranked 32nd in math and 21st in reading.

CSLR Publishes First Issue of the Journal of Law and Religion

CSLR Publishes First Issue of the Journal of Law and Religion

The Center for the Study of Law and Religion is excited to announce the publication of volume 29, issue 1, of the Journal of Law and Religion. This inaugural issue edited by the Center and published in concert with Cambridge University Press features valuable new scholarship from His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, Presiding Bishop Katherine Jefferts Schori, and the esteemed Professor Seyyed Hossein Nasr, among many others.