The Christian Legal Society (CLS) is an American non-profit, non-denominational organization of Christian lawyers, judges, law professors, and law students and friends whose members profess to follow the "commandment of Jesus" to "seek justice with the love of God." The society has a legal arm, The Center for Law & Religious Freedom, for litigation purposes especially in favor of religious freedom, submitting amicus curiae legal briefs in cases involving important religious freedom issues, representing parties in religious liberty issues, and legislative work.

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  • The Christian Legal Society (CLS) is an American non-profit, non-denominational organization of Christian lawyers, judges, law professors, and law students and friends whose members profess to follow the "commandment of Jesus" to "seek justice with the love of God." The society has a legal arm, The Center for Law & Religious Freedom, for litigation purposes especially in favor of religious freedom, submitting amicus curiae legal briefs in cases involving important religious freedom issues, representing parties in religious liberty issues, and legislative work. CLS publications include The Christian Lawyer, The Journal of Christian Legal Thought, CLS Bible Studies, and CLS E-Devotionals (bi-weekly). Its former publications include the Quarterly, The Defender, and the Religious Freedom Reporter (all of which can be obtained at HeinOnline ). CLS receives no government support for any of its programs or ministries and is supported by dues, donations and gifts. The Christian Legal Society holds an annual convention in the United States and various regional conferences. (en)
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  • Charlie Oellermann (en)
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