Human Rights and Peace Law Docket
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Hon. Laura Safer-Espinoza
Judge, Criminal Court
County of New York"The Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute is either the most important or second most important resource for radical lawyers in the United States, depending on whether one includes Ann Fagan Ginger as a part of the Institute or a separate resource."
Prof. James B. Boskey, Seton Hall,
Assn. of American Law Schools, July '91"[T]his is an excellent work for lawyers and their assistants to get a unique grip on some of the issues they might face, e.g., ... economic versus political asylum issues. ... Recommended for libraries serving law schools at the graduate level."
S. J. Stillwell, Jr.
CHOICE, July-Aug '91"For the practicing attorney, for the activist, for the scholar, the is an absolute must. It is a meticulously researched and thoroughly documented work."
Dr. Gerald Horne
Director, Center for Black Studies
University of California
at Santa Barbara"Any lawyer interested in abolishing the war system must have the It has cases in it you'll find nowhere else, organized in a user-friendly manner alien to the mindset of most legal indexers."
Peter Weiss, Esq.
Center for Constitutional Rights"Meiklejohn's is a unique and useful aid to practitioners and law students who care about human rights, peace and the law."
Former Law Clerk to U.S. District
Court, Eastern District of California" are of overwhelming importance and sufficiently detailed to be useful in any litigation, legislative presentation, forum discussion, or community meeting."
Samuel Rosenwein, Esq.