Calvin H. Johnson
|Calvin H. Johnson|
|Title(s)||Andrews & Kurth Centennial Professor|
|Law school||University of Texas School of Law|
|Subject(s)||Analytic Method For Law|
Federal Income Tax
Analytic Methods For Lawyers
Tax & Business Strategy
Accounting For Lawyers
Original Meanings Of Historical Constitution
|Outline(s)||UT Johnson Accounting For Lawyers, UT Johnson Analytic Method For Law, UT Johnson Analytic Methods For Lawyers, UT Johnson Corporate Tax, UT Johnson Federal Income Tax, UT Johnson Original Meanings Of Historical Constitution, UT Johnson Tax & Business Strategy|
Calvin H. Johnson is a law professor at University of Texas School of Law. Subjects taught by Calvin H. Johnson include Analytic Method For Law, Federal Income Tax, Corporate Tax, Analytic Methods For Lawyers, Tax & Business Strategy, Accounting For Lawyers, and Original Meanings Of Historical Constitution.
Calvin H. Johnson graduated from Stanford.
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