Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Seton Hall Law School will host Religious Legal Theory: The State of the Field, a conference to assess the state of the field of religiously-informed legal theory and its contributions.
Through presentations and in-depth discussions, presenters and participants will help consolidate the advances and chart new directions for religious perspectives on law and public policy. The conference will feature five plenary speakers, and twenty-four presentations of papers by legal scholars representing a wide range of religious traditions.
Visit http://law.shu.edu/religiouslegaltheory for the full program and registration information.
For more information, please contact Professor David Opderbeck at email@example.com or Professor Angela Carmella at firstname.lastname@example.org.