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Drafting a Migrants' Bill of Rights
J.D. Seminar 668 | 1 credit hours
Participants in this seminar will continue work on the “international migrants bill of rights” project. As a group, migrants face a variety of obstacles to the full enjoyment of their international recognized human rights in virtually every country in the world. A Bill of Rights specifically dedicated to international migrants will help force direct recognition of their circumstances and mitigate justifications for differential treatment of immigrants based on restrictive notions of state sovereignty.
Only second year and third year Global Law Scholars are eligible to enroll. This seminar may be taken for a grade or on a pass/fail basis. Please note in 2012-2013, the 1 pass/fail credit counts against students' 7 pass/fail credit allowance. Dates to be announced.