James A. Lupo
|James A. Lupo|
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs: Curriculum
|Law school||Northwestern University School of Law|
Law and Rhetoric
Law Practice Field Studies
Summer Research Internship
|Alma Mater||Loyola University of Chicago|
|Outline(s)||Northwestern Lupo Constitutional Law, Northwestern Lupo Contract Law, Northwestern Lupo Contracts, Northwestern Lupo Law Practice Field Studies, Northwestern Lupo Law and Rhetoric, Northwestern Lupo Remedies, Northwestern Lupo Summer Research Internship|
James A. Lupo is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by James A. Lupo include Constitutional Law, Contract Law, Contracts, Law and Rhetoric, Law Practice Field Studies, Remedies, and Summer Research Internship.
James A. Lupo graduated from Loyola University of Chicago.
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