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Our mission is to help the peoples of the world learn how law and religion can balance each other and ultimately stabilize society and politics.
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Current Students

The Center welcomes all joint-degree or advanced degree students focused on law and religion, as well as other students from Emory Law, Candler School of Theology, or Laney Graduate School who are interested in law and religion themes.

If you would like to be part of our community, please contact Silas Allard at silas.allard@emory.edu, or ask Patti Ghezzi at pghezzi@emory.edu to add you to our electronic mailing list.

resources for current students

Extracurricular Opps

Extracurricular Opportunities

CSLR students may participate in law and religion moot court competitions and serve as student editors on the Journal of Law and Religion. Both opportunities give students valuable, real-world experience.

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Info and FAQs

FAQs and Info

Can I take classes at Candler and Emory Law at the same time? How do I register for classes as a joint-degree student? Check our FAQ page for answers to questions you may have. Contact Silas Allard at silas.allard@emory.edu with any additional questions.

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Administration

Administration

Our administration team is here to help you. Just let us know what you need.

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Berman Library Database

Berman Library Database

For access, contact Patti Ghezzi.

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student news

Tatum wins best oralist at international competition

Tatum wins best oralist at international competition

Tobias Tatum (JD 2016) won Best Oralist in an international moot competition in Venice, Italy held March 9, 10 and 11.

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Barnett presents paper at international conference

Barnett presents paper at international conference

Ashley Barnett (JD 2016), presented her paper on religious establishment versus religious culture Japan at an international conference.

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Parris moderates panel on Islamaphobia

Parris moderates panel on Islamaphobia

Amanda Parris (JD/MTS 2018) organized and moderated a panel on Islamaphobia at RebLaw, a national conference at Yale Law School.

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