Human Rights Quarterly 25.3 (2003) 837
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International Human Rights, by Linda A. Malone (Black Letter Series, Thomson West, 2003), 140 pp.
In a process analogous to the establishment of customary international law, legitimacy of new fields of law is bestowed upon the appearance of study aids. First came Tom Buergenthal's Nutshell, and now Professor Malone provides us with black letter international human rights. Is the next step the appearance of international human rights as a subject tested on bar exams?