Hope R. Metcalf
|Hope R. Metcalf|
|Title(s)||Associate Research Scholar in Law; Director, Arthur Liman Program; and Clinical Lecturer in Law|
|Law school||Yale Law School|
|Subject(s)||Liman Public Interest Workshop|
Lowenstein Clinic--Detention and Human Rights in the United States
|Alma Mater||New York University School of Law|
|Outline(s)||Yale Metcalf Liman Public Interest Workshop, Yale Metcalf Lowenstein Clinic--Detention and Human Rights in the United States|
Hope R. Metcalf is a law professor at Yale Law School. Subjects taught by Hope R. Metcalf include Liman Public Interest Workshop and Lowenstein Clinic--Detention and Human Rights in the United States.
Hope R. Metcalf graduated from New York University School of Law.
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