CJL seeks to support a series of groundbreaking books on important subjects that address the major intellectual themes at the core of the Center’s work and that will serve as resources for scholars and the lay community interested in Jewish law, legal theory, and law and religion. Currently in the works is a volume entitled The Jewish Legal Tradition which, in general terms, seeks to explore what it means to order a religion in legal terms, as well as the conference proceedings from the 2006 conference, “Jews in the Legal Profession.” To read more about The Jewish Legal Tradition, click here.