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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. Richard Schragger and Micah Schwartzman remain at #1;  Wilson Ray Huhn remains at #2; Frederick Mark Gedicks and Pasquale Annicchino remain at #3; and Asifa Quraishi-Landes and Najeeba Syeed Miller remain #4; and Jon M. Truby and Karim Ginena remain at #5.

1.Some Realism about Corporate Rights by Richard Schragger and Micah Schwartzman (University of Virginia School of Law, University of Virginia School of Law) [185 downloads]

2.Slaves to Contradictions: 13 Myths that Sustained Slavery by Wilson Ray Huhn (University of Akron- School of Law) [176 downloads]

3. Cross, Crucifix, Culture: An Approach to the Constitutional Meaning of Religious Symbols by Frederick Mark Gedicks and Pasquale Annicchino (Brigham Young University – J. Reuben Clark Law School, European University Institute – Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS)) [156 downloads]

4.No Altars: A Survey of Islamic Family Law in United States) by Asifa Quraishi-Landes and Najeeba Syeed Miller (University of Wisconsin-Madison-Law School, Unaffiliated Authors-Independent) [137 downloads]

5.Deutsche Bank and the Use of Promises in Islamic Finance Contracts by Jon M. Truby and Karim Ginena  (Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar University – College of Law) [119 downloads]

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. This week, Michal Gilad is no longer on the list, Richard Schragger and Micah Schwartzman move up to #1;  Wilson Ray Huhn remains at #2; Frederick Mark Gedicks and Pasquale Annicchino move up to #3; and Asifa Quraishi-Landes and Najeeba Syeed Miller move up to #4; and Jon M. Truby and Karim Ginena join the list at #5.

1.Some Realism about Corporate Rights by Richard Schragger and Micah Schwartzman (University of Virginia School of Law, University of Virginia School of Law) [177 downloads]

2.Slaves to Contradictions: 13 Myths that Sustained Slavery by Wilson Ray Huhn (University of Akron- School of Law) [168 downloads]

3. Cross, Crucifix, Culture: An Approach to the Constitutional Meaning of Religious Symbols by Frederick Mark Gedicks and Pasquale Annicchino (Brigham Young University – J. Reuben Clark Law School, European University Institute – Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS)) [153 downloads]

4.No Altars: A Survey of Islamic Family Law in United States) by Asifa Quraishi-Landes and Najeeba Syeed Miller (University of Wisconsin-Madison-Law School, Unaffiliated Authors-Independent) [136 downloads]

5.Deutsche Bank and the Use of Promises in Islamic Finance Contracts by Jon M. Truby and Karim Ginena  (Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar University – College of Law) [135 downloads]

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. This week, Michal Gilad remains at #1, Patrick McKinley Brennan remains at #2; Richard Scharagger and Michal Schwartzman move up to #3, replacing Wilson Ray Huhn who moves down to #4; Mark Gedlicks and Pasquale Annicchino replace Asifa Quraishi-Landes and Najeeba Syeed Miller at #5.

1.In God’s Shadow: Unveiling the Hidden World of Domestic Violence Victims in Religious Communities by Michal Gilad (University of Pennsylvania Law School) [881 downloads]

2.Resisting the Grand Coalition in Favor of the Status Quo by Giving Full Scope to the Libertas Ecclesiae by Patrick McKinley Brennan (Villanova University School of Law) [157 downloads]

3.Some Realism about Corporate Rights by Richard Schragger and Micah Schwartzman (University of Virginia School of Law, University of Virginia School of Law) [154 downloads]

4.Slaves to Contradictions: 13 Myths that Sustained Slavery by Wilson Ray Huhn (University of Akron- School of Law) [151 downloads]

5.Cross, Crucifix, Culture: An Approach to the Constitutional Meaning of Religious Symbols by Frederick Mark Gedlicks and Pasquale Annicchino (Brigham Young University – J. Reuben Clark Law School, European University Institute – Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS)) [136 downloads]

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. This week, Michal Gilad remains at #1, Patrick McKinley Brennan is at #2; Wilson Ray Huhn is at #3; Richard Schragger and Micah Schwartzman are at #4; and Asifa Quraishi-Landes and Najeeba Syeed Miller complete the list at #5.

1.In God’s Shadow: Unveiling the Hidden World of Domestic Violence Victims in Religious Communities by Michal Gilad (University of Pennsylvania Law School) [773 downloads]

2.Resisting the Grand Coalition in Favor of the Status Quo by Giving Full Scope to the Libertas Ecclesiae by Patrick McKinley Brennan (Villanova University School of Law) [157 downloads]

3.Slaves to Contradictions: 13 Myths that Sustained Slavery by Wilson Ray Huhn (University of Akron- School of Law) [147 downloads]

4.Some Realism about Corporate Rights by Richard Schragger and Micah Schwartzman (University of Virginia School of Law, University of Virginia School of Law) [146 downloads]

5.No Altars: A Survey of Islamic Family Law in United States) by Asifa Quraishi-Landes and Najeeba Syeed Miller (University of Wisconsin-Madison-Law School,  Unaffiliated Authors-Independent) [132 downloads]

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. This week, Michal Gilad moves up to #1, Andrew Koppelman moves up to #2; Patrick McKinley Brennan rises to #3; and Carolina Mala Corbin and Kenneth Einar Himma join the list at #4 and #5 respectively.

1.In God’s Shadow: Unveiling the Hidden World of Domestic Violence Victims in Religious Communities by Michal Gilad (University of Pennsylvania Law School) [410 downloads]

2.‘Freedom of the Church’ and the Authority of the State by Andrew Koppelman (Northwestern University School of Law) [195 downloads]

3.Resisting the Grand Coalition in Favor of the Status Quo by Giving Full Scope to the Libertas Ecclesiae by Patrick McKinley Brennan (Villanova University School of Law) [157 downloads]

4.Corporate Religious Liberty by Caroline Mala Corbin (University of Miami School of Law) [122 downloads]

5.What’s So Damn Special About Religion, Anyway? (Review Essay of Brian Leiter, Why Tolerate Religion?) by Kenneth Einar Himma (University of Washington-School of Law) [90 downloads]

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,  Zoe Robinson remains at #1; Michal Gilad moves up to #2, while Andrew Koppelman drops to #3; Patrick McKinley Brennan remains at #4; and Ian Bartrum remains at #5.

1.What is a ‘Religious Institution’? by Zoe Robinson (Depaul University College of Law) [301 downloads]

2.In God’s Shadow: Unveiling the Hidden World of Domestic Violence Victims in Religious Communities by Michal Gilad (University of Pennsylvania Law School) [288 downloads]

3.‘Freedom of the Church’ and the Authority of the State by Andrew Koppelman (Northwestern University School of Law) [189 downloads]

4. Resisting the Grand Coalition in Favor of the Status Quo by Giving Full Scope to the Libertas Ecclesiae by Patrick McKinley Brennan (Villanova University School of Law) [153 downloads]

5.Book Review: ‘The Tragedy of Religious Freedom’  by Ian C. Bartrum (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) [125 downloads]

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,  Zoe Robinson remains at #1; Andrew Koppelman remains at #2; Michal Gilad joins the list at #3, replacing Ian Bartrum who drops to #5; and Patrick McKinley Brennan joins the list at #4.

1.What is a ‘Religious Institution’? by Zoe Robinson (Depaul University College of Law) [290 downloads]

2. ‘Freedom of the Church’ and the Authority of the State by Andrew Koppelman (Northwestern University School of Law) [181 downloads]

3. In God’s Shadow: Unveiling the Hidden World of Domestic Violence Victims in Religious Communities by Michal Gilad (University of Pennsylvania Law School) [163 downloads]

4. Resisting the Grand Coalition in Favor of the Status Quo by Giving Full Scope to the Libertas Ecclesiae by Patrick McKinley Brennan (Villanova University School of Law) [151 downloads]

5.Book Review: ‘The Tragedy of Religious Freedom’  by Ian C. Bartrum (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) [122 downloads]

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, all of the authors have remained in the same spots on the list; Zoe Robinson remains at #1; Andrew Koppelman remainst at #2, Ian C. Bartrum remains at #3; Caroline Mala Corbin remains at #4; and Jeremy M. Christiansen remains at #5.

1.What is a ‘Religious Institution’? by Zoe Robinson (Depaul University College of Law) [286 downloads]

2. ‘Freedom of the Church’ and the Authority of the State by Andrew Koppelman (Northwestern University School of Law) [171 downloads]

3.Book Review: ‘The Tragedy of Religious Freedom’  by Ian C. Bartrum (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) [116 downloads]

4.Corporate Religious Liberty by Caroline Mala Corbin (University of Miami School of Law) [113 downloads]

5.‘The Word[ ] ‘Person’…Includes Corporations': Why the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Protects Both For- and Nonprofit Corporations by Jeremy M. Christiansen  (University of Utah- S.J. Quinney College of Law) [98 downloads]

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, Zoe Robinson remains at #1; Andrew Koppelman joins the list at #2, Ian C. Bartrum moves to #3; Caroline Mala Corbin moves to #4; and Jeremy M. Christiansen moves to #5.

1.What is a ‘Religious Institution’? by Zoe Robinson (Depaul University College of Law) [280 downloads]

2. ‘Freedom of the Church’ and the Authority of the State by Andrew Koppelman (Northwestern University School of Law) [162 downloads]

3.Book Review: ‘The Tragedy of Religious Freedom’  by Ian C. Bartrum (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) [116 downloads]

4.Corporate Religious Liberty by Caroline Mala Corbin (University of Miami School of Law) [105 downloads]

5.‘The Word[ ] ‘Person’…Includes Corporations': Why the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Protects Both For- and Nonprofit Corporations by Jeremy M. Christiansen  (University of Utah- S.J. Quinney College of Law) [93 downloads]

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, Zoe Robinson remains at #1; Ian C. Bartrum remains at #2; Caroline Mala Corbin remains at number #3;  and Jeremy M. Christiansen moves up to #4, switching spots with Carl F. Minzner who dropped to #5.

1.What is a ‘Religious Institution’? by Zoe Robinson (Depaul University College of Law) [277 downloads]

2. Book Review: ‘The Tragedy of Religious Freedom’  by Ian C. Bartrum (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) [112 downloads]

3.Corporate Religious Liberty by Caroline Mala Corbin (University of Miami School of Law) [97 downloads]

4.‘The Word[ ] ‘Person’…Includes Corporations': Why the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Protects Both For- and Nonprofit Corporations by Jeremy M. Christiansen  (University of Utah- S.J. Quinney College of Law) [85 downloads]

5.Book Review of ‘A Confucian Constitutional Order: How China’s Ancient Past Can Shape its Political Future’ by Jiang Qing, edited by Daniel Bell and Ruiping Fan (Princeton University Press) by Carl F. Minzner (Fordham University- School of Law) [84 downloads]