Clinton William Francis

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Clinton William Francis
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Title(s) Professor of Law
Law school Northwestern University School of Law
Subject(s) Commercial Law Sales
Commercial Law: Secured Transactions
Commercial Law: Secured Transactions
Corporate Restructuring
Intellectual Capital Management
Intellectual Capital Management
Intellectual Property
International Team Project
Medical Innovation I
Medical Innovation II
Structuring Transactions: Bankruptcy Reorganization
Summer Research Internship
Status full time
Alma Mater University of Virginia
Outline(s) Northwestern Francis Commercial Law Sales, Northwestern Francis Commercial Law: Secured Transactions, Northwestern Francis Corporate Restructuring, Northwestern Francis Intellectual Capital Management, Northwestern Francis Intellectual Property, Northwestern Francis International Team Project, Northwestern Francis Medical Innovation I, Northwestern Francis Medical Innovation II, Northwestern Francis Property, Northwestern Francis Structuring Transactions: Bankruptcy Reorganization, Northwestern Francis Summer Research Internship
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Clinton William Francis is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by Clinton William Francis include Commercial Law Sales, Commercial Law: Secured Transactions, Commercial Law: Secured Transactions, Corporate Restructuring, Intellectual Capital Management, Intellectual Capital Management, Intellectual Property, International Team Project, Medical Innovation I, Medical Innovation II, Property, Structuring Transactions: Bankruptcy Reorganization, and Summer Research Internship.

Clinton William Francis graduated from University of Virginia.

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