Check out the ABA’s International Human Rights Law Sourcebook

The ABA presents the International Human Rights Law Sourcebook.

This extensive volume (alone or as a companion volume with The International Humanitarian Law Sourcebook) is your single-source location for this increasingly important body of law, these volumes will be useful for government, academic, corporate, and legal readers with an interest in the legal regime governing human rights litigation and policy.

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