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The Center for the Study of Law and Religion is home to internationally recognized scholars, compelling interdisciplinary projects, global conferences, and scholarly works.
We involve our students in the work we do, through six degree programs, moot court competitions, the Journal of Law and Religion, research assistantships, and a lively community of interdisciplinary scholars.
We are committed to breaking new ground in our field while including religious traditions and legal systems from around the world.
CSLR student David Zeligman named Dooyeweerd Fellow
SJD candidate David Zeligman's research centers on religious lawyers and how religion affects their work.Read more »
Parris receives 2018 Eliza Ellison Prize for Leadership in Law and Religion
Amanda Parris is pursuing a career as a legal activist focused on law and religion issues facing religious minorities.Read more »
Savage receives 2018 John & Gertie Witte Prize for Outstanding Work in Law and Christianity
Audra Savage, a former corporate lawyer, was named a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for the Study of Law and Religion.Read more »