Gregory E. Maggs
|Gregory E. Maggs|
|Title(s)||Interim Dean, Professor of Law, Co-director, National Security and U.S. Foreign Relations Law Program|
|Law school||The George Washington University Law School|
Constitutional Law I (Federal Systems)
The Law of Democracy
Commercial Paper - Payment Systems
|Alma Mater||Harvard University|
|Outline(s)||GW Maggs Commercial Paper - Payment Systems, GW Maggs Constitutional Law I (Federal Systems), GW Maggs Contracts I-II, GW Maggs The Law of Democracy|
Gregory E. Maggs is a law professor at The George Washington University Law School. Subjects taught by Gregory E. Maggs include Contracts I-II, Constitutional Law I (Federal Systems), The Law of Democracy, and Commercial Paper - Payment Systems.
Gregory E. Maggs graduated from Harvard University.
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