ICLRS Student Research Fellows

Fourteen BYU Law students are participating in this year’s International Center for Law and Religion Studies Student Research Fellows Program. The program provides an opportunity for law students to combine an international externship with significant research and writing in the area of religious freedom.

Students spend five weeks at one of the international offices of legal counsel for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or at the Office of General Counsel of the Church in Salt Lake City, Utah. They become active participants in the current work of the legal counsel with whom they are affiliated. During the remainder of the fellowship the students are involved in varied research, writing, and database-building projects that comprise the ongoing scholarly work of the Center.

Following is a list of 2015 Fellows and their summer assignments:

Tanner J. Bean São Paulo, Brazil
Tye L. Christensen São Paulo, Brazil
Ian Collings Johannesburg, South Africa
David M. Doty   Frankfurt, Germany
Lauren M. Flores Buenos Aires, Argentina
Adam P. Forsyth Salt Lake City, Utah
John L. Gibbons Salt Lake City, Utah
Michael K. Goodrich Auckland, New Zealand
Ryan W. Jolley Mexico City, Mexico
Scott A. Ludlow Hong Kong
Leilani D. Maldonado Lima, Peru
Abby McKeon Frankfurt, Germany
McKenna Mills Moscow, Russia
Emily Page Auckland, New Zealand