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New human rights law journal debuts

Friday, October 16, 2015  /  Rate this article:
Case Western Reserve launched a new online journal, Societies Without Borders: Human Rights and the Social Sciences, available at

Edited by Professor Brian Gran, the mission of Societies Without Borders is to make scholarly analysis of human rights accessible to a wide audience. It is the journal’s goal to engage with human rights scholars across the four corners of the globe and to shed light on the questionable practices and policies of governments and nongovernmental organizations related to human rights.

 This new online human rights journal joins our print journal, Case Western Reserve University Journal of
International Law
(now in its 48th year), the Canada-U.S. Law Journal (now in its 40th year), and our e-newsletter, War Crimes Prosecution Watch (now in its 9th year) as our scholarly contributions to the field.

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