James B. Speta
|James B. Speta|
|Title(s)||Associate Dean of International Initiatives|
Director of Executive LLM Program
Professor of Law
|Law school||Northwestern University School of Law|
Intellectual Property Litigation
Telecommunications and Internet Policy
The Regulatory State
|Alma Mater||University of Michigan|
|Outline(s)||Northwestern Speta Administrative Law, Northwestern Speta Antitrust Law, Northwestern Speta Corporations, Northwestern Speta Intellectual Property Litigation, Northwestern Speta Telecommunications and Internet Policy, Northwestern Speta The Regulatory State, Northwestern Speta Torts|
James B. Speta is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by James B. Speta include Administrative Law, Administrative Law, Antitrust Law, Corporations, Intellectual Property Litigation, Telecommunications and Internet Policy, The Regulatory State, and Torts.
James B. Speta graduated from University of Michigan.
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