The Center for Law and Religion’s Year-End Message for 2015-2016 is now available on our website. Among the highlights:
- A major grant from the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation to support the start of of the Tradition Project, a new research initiative that will explore the value of tradition for contemporary citizens and the relationship of tradition and change in today’s world
- The third biennial Colloquium in Law and Religion, featuring Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, as well as Professors Robert George (Princeton), Brett Scharffs (BYU), Mark Tushnet (Harvard), and Robin Wilson (Illinois).
- A new, annual Conversation on current law and religion cases at the Supreme Court, timed to coincide with the start of the new Court term each October
There’s much more in the report, including faculty scholarship and presentations, and a new Global Law Fellows program for foreign PhD students. Please take a look and let us know what you think!