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Effective January 2011, Professor Gary B. Doxey, an Associate Director of the International Center for Law and Religion Studies at Brigham Young University, has been named chair of the Center's Development Committee. Professor Doxey replaces Dean Scott Cameron, BYU Law School Associate Dean of External Relations, who had served as Development Committee Chair since summer 2008. The Center expresses its profound thanks for the invaluable service of Dean Cameron, who has served as a member of the Development Committee since its inception in 2006.
Professor Doxey, formerly the Center's... more
The Research Advisors of the International Center for Law and Religion Studies are part of an official network of experts who are interested in assisting the Center on selected projects and otherwise promoting the Center's work through building relationships with key members of the religious freedom community and helping to increase local and global awareness of religious freedom principles.
Research Advisors complete a formal training curriculum and commit to a one- or two-year term. After completing the training, they work on a variety of projects, including mapping how governments in various countries are organized to address religious freedom issues, gathering materials to... more
Eleanor Colton, Dean Kevin Worthen, Sterling Colton
The J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University has established the Sterling and Eleanor Colton Chair of Law and Religion to honor the lives and contributions of Sterling and Eleanor Colton. This is the first chair established since 1992, and only the fourth endowed chair established at the law school. The endowment created by the chair will be used to benefit the work of the International Center for Law and Religion Studies. The International Center for Law and Religion Studies is actively engaged in research on the relations between governments and religious organizations and work... more