New online resource: Brill’s Encyclopedia of Law and Religion

Encyclopedia of Law and Religion Online logoThe D’Angelo Law Library has subscribed to the online version of the Encyclopedia of Law and Religion (Gerhard Robbers and W. Cole Durham eds., Leiden: Brill, [2015- ]). Unique in its breadth and global coverage, the Encyclopedia covers Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, Oceania, international organizations and special territories (e.g. Gibraltar, Greenland).  Each article provides social facts, historical background, the position of religion in the legal system, individual religious freedoms, active religious communities, including legal status and labor law, and religious assistance in public institutions, legal position of religious personnel and members of religious orders, matrimonial and familial laws, religious and criminal laws, and country-specific issues.

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