Center for Law and Religion
Established in 2010, the Center for Law and Religion at St. John’s School of Law provides a forum for the study of law and religion from domestic, international and comparative perspectives. The Center aims to: •Examine the role of law in the relationship between religion and the state •Explore the concept of law in different religious traditions •Promote St. John’s Vincentian mission by encouraging an open dialogue on law and religion in the local, national and international communities In addition to hosting academic programs here and abroad, the Center coordinates the Law School’s law and religion curriculum and hosts the Law and Religion Forum, a frequently updated online resource on recent scholarship, cases and law and religion news from across the globe. Contact us to share your thoughts and feedback and to learn more about the Center for Law and Religion.
Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff University
The Centre for Law and Religion at Cardiff was launched in 1998 as the first such centre in the United Kingdom. It was founded as a result of the success of the LLM in Canon Law, the first degree in the UK in this field since the Reformation. The Centre has over a dozen Fellows and Associates engaged in and who have published extensively in a wide range of matters falling within the auspices of law and religion. The Centre has established three networks: the Colloquium of Anglican and Roman Catholic Canon Lawyers, the Interfaith Legal Advisers Network and the Law and Religion Scholars Network.
Centre for the Study of Law and Religion
The Centre for the Study of Law and Religion was established in 2006 to provide a focus for the research interests of a several members of staff and students. The work of the Centre is divided into research themes, of which there are currently four: Religious Rights in International Law; European Union and Religion; Religious Associations Law; Jewish Law.
Centro UC Derecho y Religión
The Center for Religious Freedom of the Faculty of Law of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile was created in 2005 for the study, analysis and promotion of religious freedom from a legal perspective. As a unique initiative in the country, it aims to be a national icon in this area. Three of its main functions are: investigation (as a legal observatory collecting all kinds of norms and related proposed laws), teaching (in pre and post degrees), and extension (inside as well as outside the University field). A description of its activities is provided in a monthly newsletter distributed by mail to people who have signed in.

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