James T. Lindgren

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James T. Lindgren
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Title(s) Professor of Law
Law school Northwestern University School of Law
Subject(s) Crime and Criminology
Estates and Trusts
Estates and Trusts
Law Scholars Program Seminar
Legal Scholarship Workshop
Property
Trust and Estates
Workshop on Judicial Behavior I
Workshop on Judicial Behavior II
Status full time
Alma Mater University of Chicago
Outline(s) Northwestern Lindgren Crime and Criminology, Northwestern Lindgren Estates and Trusts, Northwestern Lindgren Law Scholars Program Seminar, Northwestern Lindgren Legal Scholarship Workshop, Northwestern Lindgren Property, Northwestern Lindgren Trust and Estates, Northwestern Lindgren Workshop on Judicial Behavior I, Northwestern Lindgren Workshop on Judicial Behavior II
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James T. Lindgren is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by James T. Lindgren include Crime and Criminology, Estates and Trusts, Estates and Trusts, Law Scholars Program Seminar, Legal Scholarship Workshop, Property, Trust and Estates, Workshop on Judicial Behavior I, and Workshop on Judicial Behavior II.

James T. Lindgren graduated from University of Chicago.

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