New legal scholarship - human rights, new media, Thurgood Marshall

[JURIST] New and interesting papers on SSRN Tuesday included Protecting Human Rights in a Democracy: What Role for the Courts? [abstract], by Michael Perry of Wake Forest University School of Law [official website]; Bargains in the Information Marketplace: The Use of Government Subsidies to Regulate New Media [abstract] by Ellen Goodman [faculty profile] of Rutgers School of Law-Camden [official website]; and Exporting American Dreams:Thurgood Marshall and the Constitution of Kenya [abstract], by Mary Dudziak [faculty profile] of USC Law School [official website].

 

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