The Religion & Law Review (RLR) was born to aid early scholars. The RLR is an academic space where articles, book reviews, blog posts, and other content explore the intersection between religion and law in an approachable, international, and interdisciplinary format. In particular, the Review will consist of a triannual publication of submitted articles from early scholars accepted through a double blind peer review process. Through a scholastic and faculty benefactor the RLR is able to offer prizes to the top two papers in our first publication. Upon the conferral of the Editorial Committee $100 will be awarded to the top paper and $50 for the runner-up. A Call for Papers will open on November 1st. See below and at our website www.religion.legal to join our editorial and peer review team before October 2nd.
Call for Editors
The RLR is looking to increase the size of our editorial team. The Editorial Committee and its members screen prospective articles, distribute manuscripts to peer reviewers, facilitate revisions from authors, and ultimately select which articles will reach final publication. The editorial team is committed to international and interdisciplinary diversity amongst its members. In its current form our editors are J.D. candidates on law reviews, DPhil candidates, rising seniors, and Masters students in disciplines from law, religious studies, international relations, and political science. We welcome early scholars with editorial and publication experience to apply for the Editorial Committee. For guidelines, extended details, and instructions see our Editor Application.
All Applications for Editor Must Be Received In Full By October 2nd, 2016
Call for Peer Reviewers
The RLR is looking to increase the size of our peer review team. The Peer Review Committee and its members read, comment, and recommend revisions on manuscripts provided by the editorial team. Currently more than a dozen PhD, D.Phil., B.Phil., Masters, J.D., rising seniors, and international law students have kindly joined the RLR peer review board in a diversity of disciplines such as philosophy, constitutional law, political science, human rights law, civil rights, international relations, jurisprudence, anthropology, religious studies, gender studies, literature, and sociology. The current team hails from more than six different countries, includes Truman, Schwarzman, and Rhodes Scholars as well as member institutions such as Oxford, Duke, Boston College, Leeds, Exeter, Middlebury, Tsinghua University, Cambridge, and more. We welcome and encourage early international scholars in all disciplines. For guidelines, extended details, and instructions see our Peer Reviewer Application.