|Title(s)||Clinical Professor of Law|
Director, LLM Program for International Human Rights
|Law school||Northwestern University School of Law|
|Subject(s)||Clinic Practice: Center for International Human Rights|
Colloquium: Human Rights
Human Rights Advocacy: Analysis and Legal Writing
|Alma Mater||Harvard University|
|Outline(s)||Northwestern Arimond Clinic Practice: Center for International Human Rights, Northwestern Arimond Colloquium: Human Rights, Northwestern Arimond Human Rights Advocacy: Analysis and Legal Writing|
Bridget Arimond is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by Bridget Arimond include Clinic Practice: Center for International Human Rights, Colloquium: Human Rights, and Human Rights Advocacy: Analysis and Legal Writing.
Bridget Arimond graduated from Harvard University.
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