Francis M. Allegra
|Francis M. Allegra|
|Title(s)||Judge, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, Adjunct Professor of Law|
|Law school||Georgetown University Law Center|
|Subject(s)||Litigation with the Federal Government|
Effective Use of Courtroom Technology
Constitutional Law Seminar: Suing the Sovereign
|Outline(s)||Georgetown Allegra Constitutional Law Seminar: Suing the Sovereign, Georgetown Allegra Effective Use of Courtroom Technology, Georgetown Allegra Litigation with the Federal Government|
Francis M. Allegra is a law professor at Georgetown University Law Center. Subjects taught by Francis M. Allegra include Litigation with the Federal Government, Effective Use of Courtroom Technology, and Constitutional Law Seminar: Suing the Sovereign.
Francis M. Allegra graduated from Cleveland-Marshall.
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