Launched in 1968 and published triannually, the Columbia Human Rights Law Review (HRLR) highlights scholarly legal analysis of domestic and international civil liberties and human rights issues. Though it is currently on its 51st volume, the journal has only been open-access since 2019. Nonetheless, readers will still find plenty of scholarship to sift through, including the Spring 2020 issue on capital punishment and Fall and Winter 2019 issues with various themes, from social media to asylum. Additionally, the link provides access to content from the HRLR Online, which also publishes scholarship on a breadth of issues. For example, a September 2020 article, "Law, Development and Access to Education: A Brazilian Case Study of Class Actions," explores how class actions serve as a venue for access to justice, and a May 2020 article, "'Territory is Everything': Afro-Colombian Communities, Human Rights and Illegal Land Grabs," discusses the multifaceted discriminatory forces threatening rural Afro-Colombian women's land rights. Both HRLR and HRLR Online articles can be read online or downloaded as PDFs. The journal is currently led by Editor-in-Chief Caitlin Lowell (Columbia Law 2021).