Jack Greenberg , Alphonse Fletcher, Jr. Professor of Law, Columbia University

"The first thing to cross the mind of an American lawyer who encounters discrimination against Roma is that it must be like Brown v. Board of Education and the civil rights movement all over again. But upon getting into civil rights conflict under European law, Americans quickly discover major differences in procedure (e.g., no class actions, no injunctions), the extent to which civil rights law substance has developed, social and political environments, expectations and attitudes of plaintiffs and defendants, and what lawyers actually accomplish. This book has much to teach on both continents.”
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Editor: 
Iulius Rostas
ISBN: 
978-615-5053-13-9
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$60.00 /€52.00 / £40.00