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ABF Researcher Releases New Letter Urging Chinese President to Uphold Universal Legal Standards for Rights Lawyers

Professor Halliday with Wang Yu, one of China's top human rights lawyers, in June 2015.

ABF Research Professor Terence C. Halliday has coauthored a public letter urging Chinese president Xi Jinping to adhere to rule of law standards for human rights lawyers.  The letter, signed by 29 international jurists, judges, and human rights lawyers, denounces the continued detention and treatment of Chinese human rights attorneys and activists. 


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