Buffalo Human Rights Law Review, Volume 20 (2014) (public)
The Buffalo Human Rights Law Review (BHRLR) focuses on the interdisciplinary study of international human rights law. Founded in 1994 as the Buffalo Journal of International Law, the BHRLR was renamed in 1997 to better reflect the journal's projects and relationship to the International Law Concentration and the Buffalo Human Rights Center.
The BHRLR publishes annually in the spring. Together with the related Buffalo Human Rights Center, the Baldy Center for Law & Social Policy, and the Jessup International Moot Court competition teams, the BHRLR seeks to unite professionals, students, legal practitioners, policymakers, advocates and cross-disciplinary scholars, and to encourage the development and practical application of human rights law.
Cite as: Buff. Hum. Rts. L. Rev.
For more information: http://www.law.buffalo.edu/beyond/journals/bhrlr.html
(Buffalo Human Rights Law Review, 2014)Human rights agreements like the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) contain language that seeks to inspire and establish the legal boundaries of state action with regards to ...
THE CHAPLAINCY EXCEPTION IN INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW: “AMERICAN-BORN CLERIC” ANWAR AL- AWLAKI AND THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR (Buffalo Human Rights Law Review, 2014)Anwar al-Awlaki, frequently described by the media as an “American-born cleric,” was the first American citizen to be targeted for extrajudicial assassination by the Obama administration as part of the Global War on Terror ...
(Buffalo Human Rights Law Review, 2014)In this article important issues of legitimacy of government and external interference in the affairs of a State are raised. As a preliminary, the rights and obligations of a State with regard to territorial integrity and ...
DRESSING AND ADDRESSING THE KENYAN JUDICIARY: REFLECTING ON THE HISTORY AND POLITICS OF JUDICIAL ATTIRE AND ADDRESS (Buffalo Human Rights Law Review, 2014)
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