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Comparative Human Rights, Refugee, & Asylum Law: Journals and Yearbooks

Specialized Journals

These materials may be available online (in Hein, Lexis, or Westlaw) or only in print. Start with a title search in the Law Library Catalog before searching online. Note: This is not an exhaustive list of human rights-related journals.

African Human Rights Law Journal
Australian Journal of Human Rights
Columbia Human Rights Law Review East European Human Rights Review
European Human Rights Law Review
Harvard Human Rights Journal
Human Rights Law Review
Indian Journal of Human Rights and the Law
The International Journal of Human Rights
International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
Mediterranean Journal of Human Rights
Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights
South African Journal on Human Rights
South Asian Journal of Human Rights
Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal


Published annually, yearbooks contain articles and often contain primary law excerpts. These yearbooks may be available online (in Hein, Lexis, or Westlaw) or only in print. Start with a title search in the Law Library Catalog before searching online. Note: This is not an exhaustive list of yearbooks.

Inter‐American Year Book on Human Rights
Human Rights Yearbook
Yearbook of the European Convention for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment
Yearbook of the European Convention on Human Rights

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