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    Quimbee Human Rights Law CLE Online

    If you’re looking for a simple, engaging way to learn about human rights law and fulfill your continuing legal education (CLE) requirements, look no further than Quimbee CLE online.

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    An Overview of Human Rights Law

    Human rights law is a form of international law that seeks to promote and protect rights and freedoms that are considered universal to all people. Typically, human rights laws prohibit governments from taking certain actions that violate individuals’ fundamental rights, such as genocide, slavery, and torture.

    The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), which was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948, codifies the international view of human rights and freedoms. The UDHR itself is not legally binding, but aspects of it have been incorporated into international treaties, national constitutions, and other legal codes. Additionally, human rights law may also be based on customary international law.

    Who Should Take CLE Courses in Human Rights Law?

    Full-time human-rights lawyers would certainly benefit from learning the latest developments in their field. Additionally, many lawyers work on human-rights issues pro bono; because these lawyers do not dedicate their practice full-time to human rights, it may be difficult to keep up with global trends. A CLE course in human rights law is the perfect opportunity to understand what is happening in that field in a short, digestible format.