Since its founding in 2000, the International Center for Law and Religion Studies (ICLRS or the Center) at BYU Law has emerged as a leader in the field of religious liberty at national and international levels. The Center facilitates legal reform by expanding, deepening, and disseminating knowledge and expertise and developing networks of scholars, experts and policymakers involved in religion and law. Students at BYU Law have the opportunity to work with ICLRS as summer fellows. Their work as fellows includes directed research and in-country legal work representing religious institutions throughout the world. In addition to those opportunities, students also work with professors and Center affiliates on amicus briefs related to religious freedom issues.