The Centre for Law and Religion at Cardiff Law School was launched in 1998 as the first such centre in the United Kingdom. About the centre
The Centre exists to promote research and its dissemination in the field of law and religion.
The Centre coordinates three Networks designed to bring together academics and practitioners.
The LLM (Canon Law) was first introduced in 1991, as the first degree of its type at a British University since the Reformation.
LARSN Case Database
The first law of religion cases of 2013 have now been added to the LARSN Case Database.
In collaboration with Law and Justice, the LARSN Case Database, provides a list of judgments delivered by UK courts, the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights concerning law and religion. For each case, a short summary of the decision and a link to the transcript of the case is provided.