Daniel M. Brinks
|Daniel M. Brinks|
|Title(s)||Associate Professor Co-Director, Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice|
|Law school||University of Texas School of Law|
|Subject(s)||Comp Judicial Politics|
Smnr: Human Rts/Law/Dem
Law In Latin America
Core Readings In Public Law
Law In Latin America: A Comparative View
Comparative Law & Politics
|Alma Mater||University of Michigan-Ann Arbor|
|Outline(s)||UT Brinks Comp Judicial Politics, UT Brinks Comparative Law & Politics, UT Brinks Core Readings In Public Law, UT Brinks Law In Latin America, UT Brinks Law In Latin America: A Comparative View, UT Brinks Smnr: Human Rts/Law/Dem|
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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