Law and Religion Research Group
The members of the Law and Religion Research Group are engaged in research which explores:
- The complex interaction between law and religion in the context of constitutional law and private law (from a comparative perspective) and public international law;
- The religious rights discourse within the context of domestic and international law;
- The cultural impact of religious and philosophical paradigms on the shape and scope of domestic and international legal frameworks dealing with religion.
- The normative development and enforcement strategies in the complex and multi-vectored area of law and religion·
The Group provides a forum for discussion, advice and support for staff and students, including our doctoral students. It also organises conferences, research seminars and workshops aiming to promote knowledge-sharing between academics and practitioners in the following areas of law:
Canon Law, Ecclesiastical Law, Islamic Law and Islamic Finance, Jewish Law, International Law, Religion and the State, Employment Law, Civil Law, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, Legal History, Legal Theory
Friday 28 February 2014
9:30 am, HAMILTON CENTRE (NEWTON SOUTH) BRUNEL UNIVERSITY
The History of Islamic International Law and the Intercultural Origins of the Law of Nations is an international conference organized by Brunel Law School and the CIPL and co-sponsored by the Brunel Seminar Award Series (2013-2014) and the IGLP Doha/Santander Collaborative Research Grant.