O human rights and natural law theory stand or fall together?

These 3 sources are essential:
Essential:

Finnis John 1980 :  Natural Law and Natural Rights (Oxford:Clarendon)

Fuller Lon 1969  The Morality of Law

Rawls, John (1972)  A theory of Justice


The following are relevant so anything that can be added:

Campbell Tom 1988:  Justice 1st edition chapter 2 and 3

Campbell Tom 1996 :  The legal Theory of Ethical Positivism chapter 1 and pages 32 to 37

Campbell Tom 1999  Human rights: a culture of Controvery 26 journal of Law and Society 6-26

Anything else of relevance by Tom Campbell on human rights such as:

Campbell, T and Stone 2003: Law and Democracy (ashgate)
Campbell, Tom, Keith Ewing and Tomkins  Sceptical essays on human rights
Campbell Tom, Jeff Goldsworth October 2003 :  Protecting HIman Rights Instruments and Insititutions

If theres anything else of relevance by Campbell on human rights.

Anything by Ronald Dworkin is particularly important:

Dworkin Ronald 1978:  Taking Rights seriously
Dworkin Ronald 1996: Freedom s Law: the moral reading of the American Constitution
Or anything of relevance be Dworkin

Anything of relevance by Keith Ewing  possibly the following Ewing Keith 2000:  Understanding Human Rights (London:Mansell)

Mark Tushnet 1984  An essay on rights 62 Texas Law review 1363-1402

Jeremy Waldron (1990) The Law (London: Routledge) or anything else of relevance by Waldron





So the real important core texts are:
Essential:

Finnis John 1980 :  Natural Law and Natural Rights (Oxford:Clarendon)

Fuller Lon 1969  The Morality of Law

Rawls, John (1972)  A theory of Justice

There has to be a mention of the view of Tom Campbell and Ronald Dworkin. SO there are 5 important sources: the 3 above and one view of Tom Campbell and one view of Ronald Dowrkin

The assignment criteria is as follows:

Introduce argument. Define key terms
Define key terms
Can use cases if needed to illustrate any points
Conclude with own view of whether human rights and natural law theory stand or fall together.

THis is a jursprudence law theory so it needs the views of legal philosophers
3000 words including footnotes and bibliography. The piece should not be more than 3000words.