Brian Z. Tamanaha
|Brian Z. Tamanaha|
|Title(s)||Visiting Professor of Law|
|Law school||Georgetown University Law Center|
|Subject(s)||The Problematic Economics of Legal Education and Its Broader Implications|
Formalist and Realist Theories of Judging
|Outline(s)||Georgetown Tamanaha Formalist and Realist Theories of Judging, Georgetown Tamanaha The Problematic Economics of Legal Education and Its Broader Implications|
Brian Z. Tamanaha is a law professor at Georgetown University Law Center. Subjects taught by Brian Z. Tamanaha include The Problematic Economics of Legal Education and Its Broader Implications and Formalist and Realist Theories of Judging.
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