Canadian Journal of Human Rights releases new volume
Perseverance has been a theme for University of Manitoba Faculty of Law professors and students working out of a virtual Robson Hall this past year, who have continued to produce the high calibre research and publications the law school is known for. The Canadian Journal of Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Law and Policy, edited by Professor Donn Short with the help of law student editors, has just published Volume 9, Number 1, now available online.
“Despite Covid — and not being able to work together, in person, in our usual office space — the students worked with me this year “above and beyond” to produce Volume 9,” said Dr. Short. “There is some terrific scholarship, starting with Sean Rehaag & Hilary Evans Cameron’s article, “Experimenting with Credibility in Refugee Adjudication: Gaydar”.
The CJHR publishes quality scholarly papers that make a significant, original contribution to legal scholarship or multidisciplinary fields related to human rights and humanitarian law.