Daniel M. Brinks

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Daniel M. Brinks is a law professor at University of Texas School of Law. Subjects taught by Daniel M. Brinks include Comp Judicial Politics, Smnr: Human Rts/Law/Dem, Law In Latin America, Core Readings In Public Law, Law In Latin America: A Comparative View, and Comparative Law & Politics.

Daniel M. Brinks graduated from University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.

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