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Human Rights Advocacy in the United States, 2nd Edition.


Human Rights Advocacy in the United States, 2nd Edition

Martha F. Davis, Johanna Kalb, and Risa E. Kaufman

West Academic Publishing


951 pages



American Casebook Series


The law textbook reviews the history of human rights law in the U.S., examines ongoing doctrinal debates surrounding the enforcement of human rights treaty law, and provides students with the knowledge and tools needed to integrate human rights into their domestic law practices. The selected cases address the complications of federalism and constitutionalism, the constraints of legal ethics, the domestic statutory frameworks that incorporate human rights, and the human rights initiatives spearheaded by state and local governments. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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