Helen de Haven
|Helen de Haven|
|Law school||Atlanta's John Marshall Law School|
Public International Law
Public Sector Labor Law
|Status||Full time"Full time" is not in the list (full time, adjunct, visiting, emeritus, retired) of allowed values for the "Status" property.|
|Alma Mater||University of Tennessee College of Law|
|Outline(s)||AJMLS Haven Arbitration, AJMLS Haven Evidence, AJMLS Haven Labor Law, AJMLS Haven Public International Law, AJMLS Haven Public Sector Labor Law, AJMLS Haven Real Property, AJMLS Haven Remedies, AJMLS Haven Trial Advocacy|
Helen de Haven is a law professor at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. Subjects taught by Helen de Haven include Arbitration, Evidence, Labor Law, Public International Law, Public Sector Labor Law, Real Property, Remedies, and Trial Advocacy.
Helen de Haven graduated from University of Tennessee College of Law.
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