Wednesday, October 21, 2009
“Religious Legal Theory: The State of the Field”
Seton Hall University School of Law
Newark, New Jersey
Thursday-Friday, November 12-13, 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 [including MOJ's Amy Uelman and Rob Vischer], 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.