As part of its commitment to legal scholarship, the Center promotes and facilitates research and publications by students, faculty and professionals around the world. The world-renowned Human Rights Brief counts readers in over 132 countries, while the Center's co-directors have produced countless books, reports, scholarly papers and monographs. The Center has also assisted in the publishing of resource booklets and studies. Finally, the Center publishes a newsletter that provides a thorough overview of the human rights offerings on campus each semester.
For more information on the Center's publications, see the links below. For photos, videos and audio recordings of Center events, please see the media gallery .
Montreux Five Years On: An Analysis of State Efforts to Implement Montreux Document Legal Obligations and Good Practices
Torture in Healthcare Settings: Reflections on the Special Rapporteur on Torture’s 2013 Thematic Report