An exciting development in the world of law and religion scholarship that is right in CLR’s wheelhouse: Oxford is launching a new journal, the Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, in 2012. The editorial board consists of a terrific group of scholars. Here is the description of the journal:
The Oxford Journal of Law and Religion will have a range of articles drawn from various sectors of the law and religion field, including: social, legal and political issues involving the relationship between law and religion in society; comparative law perspectives on the relationship between religion and state institutions; developments regarding human and constitutional rights to freedom of religion or belief; considerations of the relationship between religious and secular legal systems; empirical work on the place of religion in society; and other salient areas where law and religion interact (e.g., theology, legal and political theory, legal history, philosophy, etc.).