Cary C. Franklin
|Cary C. Franklin|
|Law school||University of Texas School of Law|
|Subject(s)||Constitutional Law I|
Con Law II: Due Process
Con Law II: Due Process & Equal Protection
|Outline(s)||UT Franklin Antidiscrimination Law, UT Franklin Con Law II: Due Process, UT Franklin Con Law II: Due Process & Equal Protection, UT Franklin Constitutional Law I, UT Franklin Smnr: Antidiscriminatn|
Cary C. Franklin is a law professor at University of Texas School of Law. Subjects taught by Cary C. Franklin include Constitutional Law I, Smnr: Antidiscriminatn, Con Law II: Due Process, Antidiscrimination Law, and Con Law II: Due Process & Equal Protection.
Cary C. Franklin graduated from Yale.
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