Founded in 2000, the International Center for Law and Religion Studies is part of the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, one of the largest private universities in the United States. The Center’s mission is to “help secure the blessings of religious liberty for all,” through scholarship, networking, educational activities, and law reform efforts.

Thank you for joining us for the 27th Annual Law and Religion Symposium. Recordings are now available of all sessions. Click on the link below.

Meritorious Service Awards

The Center is pleased to present service awards to several graduating BYU Law School students.

Center Providing Training Materials to Guatemalan Officials

The Center recently began a series of training sessions about freedom of religion or belief with approximately 100 government officials of Guatemala.

ACLARS Webinar Series

ACLARS is launching a series of webinars with the aim of facilitating more active engagement of ACLARS members and interested participants throughout the year.

Associate Director David Moore appointed to Sterling and Eleanor Colton Endowed Chair in Law and Religion

Professor Moore is the first occupant of the Chair.

Celebrating our 20th Anniversary

At 20 years, we reflect on the Center’s history and worldwide impact in a new publication, Field Makers.

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