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.
- Cardiff University legal experts call for consent to be placed at the heart of religious courts reform
- New Book Proposes Reform of Religious Courts
- Interfaith Legal Advisers Network (ILAN) 2015 Meeting
- Law and Religion Scholars Network (LARSN) Annual Conference
2014 and 2015 Cases
The LARSN Case Database has now been updated to include 2014 and 2015 cases. Thanks to Frank Cranmer for providing these.