Coursework

Reading Groups

Professor Gerald Neuman, Co-Director of the Human Rights Program, teaches the year-long capstone seminar for the LLM Human Rights Concentration.

Professor Gerald Neuman, Co-Director of the Human Rights Program, teaches human rights classes at the Law School.

HRP faculty often lead reading groups on topics in their areas of expertise. Almost every fall, Susan Farbstein¬†leads a 1L reading group, Becoming a Human Rights Advocate, and Tyler Giannini¬†leads a 1L reading group, Communities and Human Rights Advocacy or Business and Human Rights. Past reading groups have included The “War on Terror” Memoir, Transitional Justice in Southern Africa, and International Reproductive/Sexual Health Rights.

Note: The International Human Rights Clinic also offers several human-rights related courses. The Law School offers additional human rights courses, which you can find in the course catalog here, particularly under “Human Rights” and “International, Comparative & Foreign Law.”

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