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Law and religion conference set
Emory Report | Feb. 18, 2014
The Center for the Study of Law and Religion will host its fifth Religious Legal Theory Conference & Currie Lecture on Monday, Feb. 24 and Tuesday, Feb. 25 in Emory law school's Hunter Atrium.
Entitled "A Global Conversation: Exploring Interfaith and International Models for the Interaction of Religion and State," the conference will feature Emory faculty and faculty from throughout the United States discussing aspects of law and religion.
Topics include law and religion around the world; and exploration of the question "what if religion were in charge" and politics and practicality regarding law and religion.
Suzan Johnson Cook, Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, will deliver the Currie Lecture at 7p.m. in Tull Auditorium of the law school's Gambrell Hall.
Registration is encouraged but not required.
For more information, see the agenda.