Faith in the Law

Harvard Law Today recently published an article titled “Faith in the Law” that explores the four distinct programs at Harvard Law School (HLS) that pursue research at the intersection of religion and law. The article spotlights the Program in Islamic Law (PIL) and features an interview with PIL Faculty Director, Professor Intisar Rabb who states “The study of Islamic law is something of increasing consequence and importance for the study and understanding of law generally. For Harvard, which has a global footprint, these programs are an essential part of the school.” The article outlines how HLS’s programs on law and religion fuel innovation in their respective fields through various programming “from using the latest tech tools to mine sources from hundreds of years ago, to bringing people together in unexpected combinations to dream up new ideas, the programs provide participants with opportunities to think big about what is possible.” Read the full article today.