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David A. Dana

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David A. Dana
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Title(s) Stanford Clinton Sr. and Zylpha Kilbride Clinton Research Professor of Law
Law school Northwestern University School of Law
Subject(s) Civil Procedure
Colloquium: Environmental Law
Environment, Clean Energy and Sustainable Development
Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property
Legal Ethics: The Law of Professional Responsibility
Legal Issues in Real Estate
Practicum: Sustainability Solutions
Property
Property
Status full time
Alma Mater Harvard University
Outline(s) Northwestern Dana Civil Procedure, Northwestern Dana Colloquium: Environmental Law, Northwestern Dana Environment, Clean Energy and Sustainable Development, Northwestern Dana Intellectual Property, Northwestern Dana Legal Ethics: The Law of Professional Responsibility, Northwestern Dana Legal Issues in Real Estate, Northwestern Dana Practicum: Sustainability Solutions, Northwestern Dana Property
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David A. Dana is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by David A. Dana include Civil Procedure, Colloquium: Environmental Law, Environment, Clean Energy and Sustainable Development, Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property, Legal Ethics: The Law of Professional Responsibility, Legal Issues in Real Estate, Practicum: Sustainability Solutions, Property, and Property.

David A. Dana graduated from Harvard University.

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