|Title(s)||The Charles Seligson Professor of Law|
|Law school||New York University School of Law|
|Subject(s)||Federal Indian Law|
Legal History of England and the British Empire
|Alma Mater||Columbia Law School|
|Outline(s)||NYU Hulsebosch Federal Indian Law, NYU Hulsebosch Legal History of England and the British Empire, NYU Hulsebosch Property|
Daniel Hulsebosch is a law professor at New York University School of Law. Subjects taught by Daniel Hulsebosch include Federal Indian Law, Legal History of England and the British Empire, and Property.
Daniel Hulsebosch graduated from Columbia Law School.
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