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Alvare has remained at #1, Perry has remained at #2, Newman has remained at #3, Berg’s “Secular Purpose” article has been replaced by his “Progressive Arguments” article at #4, and Perry has a second piece joining the list at #5.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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