The Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University promotes and produces innovative research and scholarship, exemplary teaching and training, robust public engagement. For over forty years, the Center has been a thought leader dedicated to facilitating challenging conversations, convening the best minds, and training the next generation of academics, lawyers, and religious leaders to advance the global conversation on law and religion.
General support for a student-facing or public event focused on an important law and religion issue.
Supports the work of the Center for one day in honor of a person or in memory of a loved one.
Supports one topical law and religion webinar and essay series on Canopy Forum.
Supports one full-time law school summer digital scholarship fellow.
Supports a public program by a major scholar, judge, or other law and religion expert.
Supports a team of law students participating in one domestic and one international law and religion moot court competition for one year. Read about Emory Law’s past success at these competitions here.
Supports a commissioned new title in law and religion by a major scholar or group. Read more about recently published work here.
Supports the annual costs of editing the Journal of Law and Religion (Cambridge University Press) by a managing editor, editorial board, and a student team.
Supports the annual cost of a post-doctoral fellowship in law and religion for an early career scholar to develop research and teaching in the field. Read more about our fellows here.
Please contact CSLR Executive Director Whittney Barth (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or to discuss gifts greater than $100,000.
Options for Giving
To make a gift online, please visit our giving page.
Please include your designation in the subject line and make check payable to “Emory University” and mail to:
Center for the Study of Law and Religion
c/o Whittney Barth
1301 Clifton Rd
Atlanta, GA 30322
For more giving options, please visit https://law.emory.edu/alumni/give.html.
Thank you for your support!