The International Center for Law and Religion Studies is a global academic leader in the field of international religious freedom. Founded in 2000, the Center 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.

Tenth Annual Religious Liberty Student Writing Competition

Deadline 1 July 2019

Young Scholars Fellowship on Religion and the Rule of Law

Oxford, 22 July- 9 August 2019

Emmanuel Amirikau named first Stirling Fellow

The Center and BYU Law School’s LLM Program name the first Stirling Fellow

UDHR in Its 8th Decade : Fostering Dignity and Equality

4-7 February 2019 in Mumbai and Bangalore, India

Symposium Recordings

Watch sessions from the 25th Annual International Law and Religion Symposium


Talk About: Law and Religion

International Advisory Council

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