The Top Five New Law & Religion Papers on SSRN

From SSRN’s list of most frequently downloaded law and religion papers posted in the last 60 days, here are the current top five.  Since last week, Alvare has remained at #1, Perry has remained at #2, Newman has remained at #3, Berg’s “Secular Purpose” article has been replaced by his “Progressive Arguments” article at #4, and Perry has a second piece joining the list at #5.

1. No Compelling Interest: The ‘Birth Control’ Mandate and Religious Freedom by Helen M. Alvare (George Mason U., School of Law) [204 downloads]

2. The Morality of Human Rights by Michael J. Perry (Emory U., School of Law) [172 downloads]

3. On the Trinity Western University Controversy: An Argument for a Christian Law School in Canada by Dwight G. Newman (U. of Saskatchewan, College of Law) [141 downloads]

4. Progressive Arguments for Religious Organizational Freedom: Reflections on the HHS Mandate by Thomas C. Berg (U. of St. Thomas, St. Paul, School of Law) [81 downloads]

5. Freedom of Conscience as Religious and
Moral Freedom
by Michael J. Perry (Emory U., School of Law) [69 downloads]

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