George P. Fletcher
|George P. Fletcher|
|Title(s)||Cardozo Professor of Jurisprudence|
|Law school||Columbia Law School|
International Criminal Law
Jurisprudence of War
|Alma Mater||University of Chicago|
|Outline(s)||Columbia Fletcher Biblical Jurisprudence, Columbia Fletcher Comparative Law, Columbia Fletcher Criminal Justice, Columbia Fletcher Criminal Law, Columbia Fletcher International Criminal Law, Columbia Fletcher Jurisprudence, Columbia Fletcher Jurisprudence of War, Columbia Fletcher Torts|
George P. Fletcher is a law professor at Columbia Law School. Subjects taught by George P. Fletcher include Criminal Law, Comparative Law, Torts, Jurisprudence, International Criminal Law, Jurisprudence of War, and Biblical Jurisprudence.
George P. Fletcher graduated from University of Chicago.
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