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People's Lawyer


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People's Lawyer, The (1842)

Sarbah, John Mensah 1864–1910 Lawyer and legislator who defended the legal rights of people of the Gold Coast (now Ghana) and who worked to improve the country’s educational system.

Rationing Justice: Poverty Lawyers and Poor People in the Deep South. By Kris Shepard. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2007. xii, 396 pp. $55.00, ISBN 978-0-8071-3207-4.)

The Rights Revolution: Lawyers, Activists, and Supreme Courts in Comparative Perspective. By Charles R. Epp. Chicago, Keeping the People's Liberties: Legislators, Citizens, and Judges as Guardians of Rights. By John J. Dinan. Lawrence and The Strange Career of Legal Liberalism. By Laura Kalman. New Haven

Lawyers for Human Rights v Swaziland, Merits, Comm no 251/2002, 37th Ordinary Session (27 April-11 May 2005), 18th Annual Activity Report, (2005) AHRLR 66 (ACHPR 2005), (2006) 13 IHRR 887, IHRL 253 (ACHPR 2005), 2005, African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights [ACHPR]

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights and Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe v Zimbabwe, Merits, Comm no 284/2004, 6th Extraordinary Session (30 March-3 April 2009), 26th Annual Activity Report, IHRL 3258 (ACHPR 2009), April 2009, African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights [ACHPR]

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights and Institute for Human Rights and Development (on behalf of Meldrum) v Zimbabwe, Merits, Comm no 294/2004, 6th Extraordinary Session (30 March-3 April 2009), 26th Annual Activity Report, IHRL 3259 (ACHPR 2009), April 2009, African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights [ACHPR]

IIIrd IRU Lawyers’ Symposium: “The Role of Law in Ensuring the Mobility of People and Goods / 3ème Symposium Des Juristes: “Contribution Du Droit a La Mobilite Des Personnes Et Des Biens” – Brussels (Belgium) / Bruxelles (Belgique), 16 May/mai 2000. Symposium organised in the framework of the XXVIIth WORLD CONGRESS & EXHIBITION: “MOBILITY OF PEOPLE AND GOODS 2000+” of the International Road Transport Union, 17–20 May 1999 / Symposium organisé dans le cadre du XXVIIème CONGRÈS MONDIAL ET EXPOSITION: “MOBILITE DES PERSONNES ET DES BIENS AU-DELÀ DE L’AN 2000” de l’Union Internationale des Transports Routiers (IRU), Brussels/Bruxelles, 17–20 May/mai 2000.

 

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a play by Joseph S. Jones. [Park Theatre, 1 perf.] Winslow (Mr. Bellamy), an unscrupulous merchant, fires his clerk, Charles Otis (Mr. Lovell), after Charles refuses to perjure himself ...

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