|Title(s)||Visiting Lecturer in Law|
|Law school||Yale Law School|
|Subject(s)||Doing Good in Developing Countries: NGOs, Humanitarian Commitments, and American Foreign Policy|
|Outline(s)||Yale Carr Doing Good in Developing Countries: NGOs, Humanitarian Commitments, and American Foreign Policy|
Cynthia Carr is a law professor at Yale Law School. Subjects taught by Cynthia Carr include Doing Good in Developing Countries: NGOs, Humanitarian Commitments, and American Foreign Policy.
Cynthia Carr graduated from Harvard.
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