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JLR announces student editors for 2018-2019
By CSLR | Emory Law | Mar 20, 2018 12:03:00 AM

The Journal of Law and Religion has announced its 2018-2019 student staff members: Kyle Svendsen, Chief of Staff and Assistant Managing Editor for Peer Review; Catherine Grady, Assistant Managing Editor for Book Review; Asha Kuttikattu, Assistant Managing Editor for Comments; Daniel Miller and Will Weston, Co-Assistant Managing Editors for Spading; and Aaron Walayat, Assistant Managing Editor for Special Content.

Published in collaboration with Cambridge University Press, the Journal of Law and Religion publishes cutting-edge research on religion, human rights, and religion freedom; religion-state relations; religion sources and dimensions of public, private, penal, and procedural law; religious legal systems and their place in secular law; theological jurisprudence; political theology; legal and religious ethics; and more.

The JLR provides a distinguished forum for deep dialogue among Buddhist, Confucian, Christian, Hindu, Indigenous, Jewish, Muslim, and other faith traditions about fundamental questions of law, society, and politics.