The art of human rights: enriching the life of the law school through drawings and other visual resource

Santiago Legarre


In the life of the Law School, focus on the “visual” can operate at three different
levels: learning, teaching, and examining (legal concepts). My main interest
in this paper is to explore the latter level, “examining”, broadly considered so as to
encompass evaluation in general. Furthermore, that interest is pinned down here
to the area of constitutional rights and human rights in general, even though the
conclusions reached can (and should) likely be extrapolated to other areas of the law.

Palabras clave

Law school; legal concepts; examining

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