Publications

CRSJ publishes an award-winning quarterly magazine, Human Rights; a quarterly newsletter, CRSJ NewsReport; and amicus curiae briefs on behalf of parties before all levels of appellate court.

Human Rights Magazine

Each of our Section members receives a subscription to Human Rights, our award-winning quarterly magazine. For decades, it has been a trusted source of expert ideas, opinions, and discourse on a diverse array of topics in the human and civil rights arena.

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Other Section Publications

Tools For Schools: A Handbook for Lawyer Engagement in Student Education

The American Bar Association Commission on the Lawyer’s Role in Assuring Every Child’s Right to a High Quality Education is pleased to present a second edition of Tools for Schools that helps engage lawyers in the work of improving the nation’s public schools. The publication provides a framework for lawyers’ involvement in public schools based on models of lawyer engagement with students and schools around the country.

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Environmental Protection in the Trump Era

Updated for 2018, the second edition is the latest collaboration between the Environmental Law Institute and the Section. With updates to every chapter, the book covers critical changes to the environmental protection landscape under the Trump Administration since January 20, 2017. The publication is written for the interested public, not just attorneys, and is rooted in changes to laws, regulations, or agency practices.

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Banning Conversion Therapy on Minors: A Guide for Creating Tribal & State Legislation

This code development guide was created for tribal and state legislators and governments interested in banning harmful conversion therapy practices on minors. It provides the latest research and policy on conversion therapy, with chapters that address each major legal code section, including examples and recommendations. The resource was developed by the ABA Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and is endorsed by the National Native American Bar Association. (2019)

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