About the Journal

The Sociology of Law and Religion includes the use of social science materials and approaches to the study of ‘law and religion’, the influence of sociology being either methodological or theoretical. The use of social theory, fieldwork, qualitative and quantitative research, or other tools leading to interdisciplinary, or multidisciplinary approaches amongst the fields of law, religion, and sociology is welcome. The journal aims to present original work, review the legislative, case law, and doctrinal development on law and religion, as well as focus on comparative papers, which would assess law and religion issues through the lens of social sciences.

The JLSR is peer-reviewed and shall serve as a forum where original research is presented and discussion is shaped. The journal is published in the English language and is available online through our open-access platform. It welcomes original submissions and contributions in topics pertinent to the Sociology of Law and Religion widely defined and is published bi-annually.