GELR Online is a student-run online legal publication, which complements GELR’s print version published through Georgetown University Law Center. With new content published five times per week, the website features student-authored notes and short articles addressing contemporary legal issues related to domestic and international environmental law.
“Over the past two decades, domestic U.S. law has become more intertwined than ever with international human rights norms. Courts and legislatures are increasingly confronting human rights arguments, and government actors from the local to the federal level are increasingly active in developing these norms internationally. As law professors, we not only study these developments but may also participate in them, often acting as human rights advocates or catalysts for change. We also engage our students in human rights analysis and advocacy efforts, through law school clinics, research projects and classroom readings. This blog aims to serve as a forum for exchanging information and insights relevant to all of the many ways in which law professors and scholars are active in this area, from teaching to advocacy to scholarship.”
“Created in January 2011, ICL Media Review provides a daily publication surveying international criminal news and developments which affect the international criminal tribunals and the status of international criminal law. ICL Media Review aims to provide its survey of updates and developments in a neutral and impartial manner. ICL Media Review will also provide periodic publications covering recent decisions and judgments handed down by international courts and tribunals with the aim of supplying a neutral and helpful summary of the decision’s findings and analysis..”
Posts explore the interaction between law and religion in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, touching on related human rights issues.
"Aims to provide a free, comprehensive and balanced legal update service. Our intention is not to campaign on any particular issue, but rather to present both sides of the argument on issues which are often highly controversial."