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Justin   Latterell

Justin Latterell

Director of Academic Programs and McDonald Distinguished Fellow in Law and Religion

Areas of Expertise

Sociology of Religion; American Constitutional History; Establishment Clause; Legal History

    Justin Latterell is the Director of Academic Programs at the Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University and McDonald Distinguished Fellow in Law and Religion. His work focuses on secularization and the intersections of religion, ethics, and law. In addition, he is also the Research Director for Law and Christianity at CSLR.

    He previously served as Assistant Professor in the Practice of Sociology and Religion and Director of the Lilly Grant for Financial Literacy at Candler School of Theology; and as Associate Book Review Editor for the Journal of Law and Religion, published by Cambridge University Press.

    Latterell received the PhD from Emory University, a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary, and a Bachelor of Arts from Augustana University.