Difference between revisions of "Andrew J. Sherman"

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| title        = Partner, Jones Day, Adjunct Professor of Law
 
| title        = Partner, Jones Day, Adjunct Professor of Law
 
| law_school  = Georgetown University Law Center
 
| law_school  = Georgetown University Law Center
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| subjects    = Entrepreneurship and the Law: Evaluating Client Business Plans and Growth Strategies
 
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| alma_mater  = American University
 
| alma_mater  = American University
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| outlines    = Georgetown Sherman Entrepreneurship and the Law: Evaluating Client Business Plans and Growth Strategies
 
| website      = http://www.law.georgetown.edu/faculty/sherman-andrew-j.cfm
 
| website      = http://www.law.georgetown.edu/faculty/sherman-andrew-j.cfm
 
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'''Andrew J. Sherman''' is a law professor at [[Georgetown University Law Center]]. Subjects taught by Andrew J. Sherman include (please add subjects taught by this professor to this text and the infobox).
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'''Andrew J. Sherman''' is a law professor at [[Georgetown University Law Center]]. Subjects taught by Andrew J. Sherman include [[Entrepreneurship and the Law: Evaluating Client Business Plans and Growth Strategies]].
  
 
Andrew J. Sherman graduated from [[American University]].
 
Andrew J. Sherman graduated from [[American University]].
 
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Latest revision as of 16:30, August 21, 2012

Andrew J. Sherman is a law professor at Georgetown University Law Center. Subjects taught by Andrew J. Sherman include Entrepreneurship and the Law: Evaluating Client Business Plans and Growth Strategies.

Andrew J. Sherman graduated from American University.

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