Cynthia A. Wilson

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Cynthia A. Wilson
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Title(s) Director, Center for Externships
Clinical Associate Professor of Law
Law school Northwestern University School of Law
Subject(s) Intensive Practicum
Intensive Practicum Seminar
International Team Project
Medical Legal Issues in Children's Health
Practicum: Judicial
Practicum: Public Interest Law
Practicum: Gulf Recovery Assistance
Pro Bono: Theory and Practice
Status full time
Alma Mater Northwestern University
Outline(s) Northwestern Wilson Intensive Practicum, Northwestern Wilson Intensive Practicum Seminar, Northwestern Wilson International Team Project, Northwestern Wilson Medical Legal Issues in Children's Health, Northwestern Wilson Practicum: Gulf Recovery Assistance, Northwestern Wilson Practicum: Judicial, Northwestern Wilson Practicum: Public Interest Law, Northwestern Wilson Pro Bono: Theory and Practice
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Cynthia A. Wilson is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by Cynthia A. Wilson include Intensive Practicum, Intensive Practicum Seminar, International Team Project, Medical Legal Issues in Children's Health, Practicum: Judicial, Practicum: Public Interest Law, Practicum: Gulf Recovery Assistance, and Pro Bono: Theory and Practice.

Cynthia A. Wilson graduated from Northwestern University.

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