For those who haven’t seen it yet, the first issue of the fantastic new law & religion journal – the Journal of Law, Religion and State – just came out. The JLRS has an impressive editorial board and describes its focus as follows:
The Journal of Law Religion and State is an international forum for the study and discussion of the interactions between these domains. It is focusing on the following areas: religion and state; legal and political aspects of all religious traditions; comparative research of various religious legal systems and their interrelations.
The first issues includes articles from Michael Walzer (Princeton), Mark Rosen (Chicago-Kent), Jeff Spinner-Halev (UNC), and Jonathan Fox (Bar-Ilan). The JLRS will undoubtedly serve as a great forum for exchange on the intersection of law & religion.