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Allard part of award-winning immigration group

Allard part of award-winning immigration group

Immigration Working Group, a partnership among several law firms and organizations, won the Partnership Impact Award from the Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta. CSLR Associate Director Silas Allard is part of Immigration Working Group.

CSLR students clerk for Supreme Court of Israel

CSLR students clerk for Supreme Court of Israel

Two CSLR students spend the summer researching matters of comparative law for justices of the Supreme Court of Israel.

Latest in Law and Christianity Series Focuses on Marriage

Latest in Law and Christianity Series Focuses on Marriage

CSLR Fellow Philip L. Reynolds is the author of, "How Marriage Became One of the Sacraments."

CSLR students present papers at international conference

CSLR students present papers at international conference

Five current and former CSLR students presented papers at the 2016 International Consortium of Law and Religion Studies conference at Oxford University.

Witte receives lifetime achievement award in family law

Witte receives lifetime achievement award in family law

John Witte, Jr., Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law, McDonald Distinguished Professor, and Director of the Center for the Study of Law and Religion, has received the Harry Krause Lifetime Achievement Award in Family Law from the University of Illinois College of Law.

 McDonald Agape Foundation commits $1 million to advance Witte's work in Christianity and law

McDonald Agape Foundation commits $1 million to advance Witte's work in Christianity and law

The McDonald Agape Foundation has committed $1 million to extend CSLR Director John Witte, Jr.'s McDonald Distinguished Professor of Law and Religion through 2028. The gift will ensure the continuation of Witte's internationally renowned scholarship in law and Christianity as well as the 12-year relationship between Witte and the Foundation.