Religious Legal Theory: Religion in Law, Law in Religion

I am pleased to announce that the St. John’s Law Review has published several papers from a symposium of the Second Religious Legal Theory Conference, which the Center for Law and Religion organized and hosted.  There are many excellent contributions, including a terrific keynote piece by Steve Smith, Nonestablishment, Standing, and the Soft Constitution, the text of which can be accessed at the link. 

The publication occurs at an auspicious moment, as the Third Religious Legal Theory Conference will occur at Pepperdine Law School at month’s end, under the auspices of the Nootbar Institute on Law, Religion, and Ethics, and with the able organization of Bob Cochran and Michael Helfand.

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