Survey of Human Rights Service
Following is a Survey containing a description of international human rights service activities involving students at many U.S. law schools. The purpose of the Survey is to provide potential law students as well as international human rights institutions and victims of violations with information about the activities and services available in the legal academy. The Survey focuses on the activities of Law School International Human Rights Clinics and Centers.
Many other law schools in America are active in human rights service, and this webpage will be continuously updated as we add responses to the list. If you would like to add your U.S. law school to this list, or update your Survey, please download and complete the blank survey form. If you have suggestions for refining or improving the Survey, please send an email to email@example.com.
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