Albert G. Lauber
|Albert G. Lauber|
|Title(s)||Director, Graduate Programs in Taxation, Securities & Financial Regulation, and International Business & Economic Law, Visiting Professor of Law|
|Law school||Georgetown University Law Center|
|Subject(s)|| U.S. Legal Discourse II: U.S. Income Tax: Writing for Tax Practice|
Introduction to U.S. Legal Systems
Introduction to Employee Benefits Law
|Alma Mater||Yale Law School|
|Outline(s)||Georgetown Lauber Introduction to Employee Benefits Law, Georgetown Lauber Introduction to U.S. Legal Systems, Georgetown Lauber U.S. Legal Discourse II: U.S. Income Tax: Writing for Tax Practice|
Albert G. Lauber is a law professor at Georgetown University Law Center. Subjects taught by Albert G. Lauber include U.S. Legal Discourse II: U.S. Income Tax: Writing for Tax Practice, Introduction to U.S. Legal Systems, and Introduction to Employee Benefits Law.
Albert G. Lauber graduated from Yale Law School.
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