Over the past 35 years, the Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University has been a thought-leader in this interdisciplinary field. Our conferences and events have drawn thousands of participants from the far corners of the world. You can browse recorded versions of our esteemed speakers here, or view the full video archive on our YouTube channel.
You can browse playlists of CSLR conferences and lecture series below by clicking on the top right corner in each video to view the whole series playlist.
Harold J. Berman Lectures
The Berman Lecture was founded in 2009 to honor the intellectual legacy of Harold J. Berman (1918-2007). Berman was Emory’s first Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law and is considered the father of the modern study of law and religion.
The Overton and Lavona Currie Lecture was was founded in 1986. Speakers have included President Jimmy Carter, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, John T. Noonan of the United States Court of Appeals, and many other distinguished scholars and practitioners.
Don S. Browning Lectures
The Don S. Browning Memorial Lecture was founded in 2011 with generous gifts from friends and colleagues to honor the intellectual legacy of Don S. Browning (1934-2010).