The International Center for Law and Religion Studies Center Student Management Board is composed of second- and third-year BYU Law students selected for their interest in the worldwide work of the Center and for expertise in such areas as research, writing, editing, languages, and website management.

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The International Center for Law and Religion Studies is pleased to welcome its Student Management Board for 2015-2016. The members of the board are second- and third-year law students chosen for their interest in law and religion and their expertise in writing, research, editing, languages, and website management. Languages spoken by this year's Management Board students include French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Mandarin, Arabic, Turkish, and Hindi. Third-year students selected this year are Ryan AndersenAlex BiggsEva BradyBennett BriggsTara Fitzgerald, Travis HyerJedediah KnightMonique Mullenaux LaingAline Longstaff, Annalee MoserLauren Robins, and Jarvis Yau. Second-year students are Tanner Bean, Lauren FloresRaquel Flores-Vera, Ryan JolleyMichael GoodrichLeilani MaldonadoAbby McKeon, and McKenna Mills

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The International Center for Law and Religion Studies Student Management Board for 2014-2015 included 17 outstanding students who spoke among them more than a dozen lanugages. Third-year students on this board were Heather Binks, Christina ChampenoisJames HeilpernBryant HinckleyLynn Nouri, and Alex Storms, with second-year students Ryan Andersen, Eva Brady, Bennett Briggs, Tara Fitzgerald, Roman HarperTravis HyerJedidiah Knight, Aline Longstaff, Annalee Moser, Lauren Robins, and Jarvis Yau.  Languages spoken by members of this group include Arabic, Chinese, Danish, French, German, Hindi, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, and Urdu.

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The International Center for Law and Religion Studies of the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University was pleased to announce in late 2013 the creation of a new Center Student Management Board, composed of second- and third-year law students. Students selected for the inaugural board were chosen for interest in the worldwide work of the Center and for expertise in such areas as research, writing, editing, languages, and website management. This inaugural group included second-year... more