David J. Scheffer

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David J. Scheffer
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Title(s) Mayer Brown/Robert A. Helman Professor of Law
Director, Center for International Human Rights
Law school Northwestern University School of Law
Subject(s) Corporate Compliance and the Social Mandate
International Criminal Law
International Externship Field Placement
International Externships
International Human Rights I
International Human Rights Law
Summer Research Internship
Status full time
Outline(s) Northwestern Scheffer Corporate Compliance and the Social Mandate, Northwestern Scheffer International Criminal Law, Northwestern Scheffer International Externship Field Placement, Northwestern Scheffer International Externships, Northwestern Scheffer International Human Rights I, Northwestern Scheffer International Human Rights Law, Northwestern Scheffer Summer Research Internship
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David J. Scheffer is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by David J. Scheffer include Corporate Compliance and the Social Mandate, International Criminal Law, International Externship Field Placement, International Externships, International Human Rights I, International Human Rights Law, and Summer Research Internship.

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