Research and Scholarship
Emory Law faculty engage the law in many meaningful ways.
In addition to their work in the classroom, they help guide the international dialogue on both the future of the legal profession and on the study of law.
Feminism & Legal Theory Project
The FLT Project sponsors several workshops and conferences each year dealing with issues related to feminism, gender and sexuality, and family law. The Project also hosts visiting scholars from around the world and maintains an archive of groundbreaking feminist legal scholarship collected over the past twenty years. more >>
Center for the Study of Law & Religion
The Center for the Study of Law and Religion gives students access to diverse academic perspectives on the influence of religious traditions on law, politics, society, and culture. more >>
Recent Faculty News
- Emory Law's J. Martin Bunt Receives 19th Annual PSJD Pro Bono Publico Award
- Professor Ruskola’s New Book Explores Chinese, U.S. Law
- Levine Collaborative Study Focuses on Possible Bias in Drug-Free Zone Cases
- Emory’s Center for Women Proclaims Brokaw “Unsung Heroine”
- Emory Law names Sue Payne Co-Executive Director, Center for Transactional Law and Practice