Human Rights & Globalization Law Review
Publisher: Howard University School of Law
Publication Website: http://law.howard.edu/content/human-rights-globalization-law-review
Coverage: Vols. 1-6 (2007-2016) All Published
Additional Information: The Human Rights and Globalization Law Review (Law Review) is a voluntary, student-managed and faculty-supervised, unofficial publication at Howard University School of Law. In 2007, the Law Review became the successor to the Howard Scroll: Social Justice Law Review (Scroll). Expounding upon the foundation of Scroll, the Law Review seeks to publish timely articles that focus on and contribute to an ever-changing, national and international, legal landscape.
In line with the mission of the law school, the purpose of the Law Review is to enhance scholarly dialogue on various issues of humanity, equal justice, social policy and worldwide development. Accordingly, the Law Review serves as a legal and academic outlet for addressing thoughtful questions, and proffering answers about topics such as poverty, human trafficking, company outsourcing, genocide, mass incarceration, women's and children's rights, and the wide-ranging implications of war.