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David P. Stewart

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David P. Stewart
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Title(s) Director, Global Law Scholars Program; Co-Director, Center on Transnational Business and the Law, Visiting Professor of Law
Law school Georgetown University Law Center
Subject(s) International Law in Domestic Courts Seminar
International Law I: Introduction to International Law
International Criminal Law
Foreign Relations Law
Current Issues in Transnational (Private International) Law Seminar
Building an International Skill Set
Applying an International Skill Set
Alma Mater Yale Law School; New York University
Outline(s) Georgetown Stewart Applying an International Skill Set, Georgetown Stewart Building an International Skill Set, Georgetown Stewart Current Issues in Transnational (Private International) Law Seminar, Georgetown Stewart Foreign Relations Law, Georgetown Stewart International Criminal Law, Georgetown Stewart International Law I: Introduction to International Law, Georgetown Stewart International Law in Domestic Courts Seminar
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David P. Stewart is a law professor at Georgetown University Law Center. Subjects taught by David P. Stewart include International Law in Domestic Courts Seminar, International Law I: Introduction to International Law, International Criminal Law, Foreign Relations Law, Current Issues in Transnational (Private International) Law Seminar, Building an International Skill Set, and Applying an International Skill Set.

David P. Stewart graduated from Yale Law School; New York University.

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