Buffalo Human Rights Law Review

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The Buffalo Human Rights Law Review (BHRLR) focuses on the interdisciplinary study of human rights, both on the international and domestic fronts. 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 and 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 thereby the development and practical application of human rights law.

Cite as: Buff. Hum. Rts. L. Rev.

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This year, we celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which articulates the simple, yet evasive, notion that "all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights."

We invite the public to explore the contents of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and learn more about the Human Rights 75 Initiative.

Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief: Deja R. Graham
Executive Editor: Christian Jonah Soto
Managing Editor: Alexis DiCarlo
Publication Editors: Madeline S. Becker, Ariyana DeWitz, Jodaliza Gloder and Mohamad Naji
Submissions Editors: Ashley Asanjarani, Jéla Paul, Clare Smokowski and Jenna Wojdan

Advisors: Prof. Tara Melish and Prof. Paul Linden-Retek

Contact Us: law-bhrlr@buffalo.edu
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