Part I of this note briefly describes the effect of apartheid on human rights in South Africa. It then examines how liberal South African attorneys use procedural due process, as defined by the rule of law, to counter these effects. Part II discusses the methods used by foreign attorneys to support South African human rights lawyers. In particular, this section focuses on the activities of the International Commission of Jurists and the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. The note concludes that infusing fair process into the South African legal order is the most significant contribution foreign lawyers can make to the protection of human rights within South Africa.
David S. Abramowitz,
Safeguarding Due Process in a Hostile Environment: Foreign Lawyers in South Africa,
Mich. J. Int'l L.
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