The article covers the following topics:
(a) Human rights that international LL.M. students are entitled to when they come to the U.S. to study;
(b) Introduction to various local, national and international charters and principles adopted to protect these rights;
(c) How some U.S. law schools violate the human rights of LL.M. students;
(d) Selected charters and principles to protect the rights of international students; and
(e) A call for a United Nations Declaration on the Rights of International Students.
Operating cash cow LL.M. programs or diploma mill LL.M. programs deprives international students of their human rights. But there are many other ways in which schools, governments, private citizens, and even other students deprive international students of their rights.
Learn about human rights denial, and about human rights protections!
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