Christianity & The Law
American Journal of Jurisprudence
The Journal published articles and review essays critically examining the moral foundations of law and legal systems and exploring current and historical issues in ethics, jurisprudence, and legal (including constitutional) theory.
Christian Legal Society - Member Publications
The Christian Legal Society currently uses three main publications to communicate with its members and supporters: Christian Lawyer, Christian Lawyer Digest, The Defender.
First Things: A Journal of Religion, Culture, and Public Life is published by The Institute on Religion and Public Life, an interreligious, nonpartisan research and education institute whose purpose is to advance a religiously informed public philosophy for the ordering of society.
Journal of Catholic Legal Studies
The Journal of Catholic Legal Studies is a scholarly journal devoted to the study of law and religion in general, and law and Catholicism in particular. Known for fifty years as The Catholic Lawyer, the journal was rechristened the Journal of Catholic Legal Studies in the spring of 2005, beginning with Issue 44, Vol. 1.
Journal of Christian Jurisprudence
This journal is no longer published, but its articles may be found through HeinOnline.
Journal of Law and Religion - Hamline University School of Law
The Journal of Law and Religion is dedicated to a fundamental reappraisal of the disciplines of law and religion as they impinge on each other, might instruct each other, and taken in their conjunction, might offer a constructive response to the major issues of our times.
Regent University Law Review
Regent University Law Review seeks to present academically excellent scholarship on relevant issues facing the legal community today from the perspective of a historic Christian worldview.
Rutgers Camden Journal of Law and Religion
The Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, founded in 1999, is a student-run organization whose primary purpose is to publish a journal of legal scholarship with a focus on religion.