Columbia Human Rights Law Review

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The Columbia Human Rights Law Review is a law review established in 1967 focusing on human rights issues. Produced by students of the Columbia University School of Law, it is "dedicated to the analysis and discussion of human rights and civil liberties under both domestic and international law."[1] Since 2006, it has been the most cited human rights law journal in the world.[2]

The journal also produces A Jailhouse Lawyer's Manual, designed as a legal resource to help prisoners and others to understand the US legal system.

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