Jeffrey A. Van Detta

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Jeffrey A. Van Detta
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Title(s) Associate Dean for Scholarship
Law school Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
Subject(s) International Business Transactions
International Civil Litigation
Conflict of Laws
Employment Discrimination Law
Civil Procedure
Payment Systems
Labor Law
Investigating and Litigating Employment Law Cases
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 Albany Law School of Union University
Outline(s) AJMLS Detta Civil Procedure, AJMLS Detta Conflict of Laws, AJMLS Detta Contracts, AJMLS Detta Employment Discrimination Law, AJMLS Detta International Business Transactions, AJMLS Detta International Civil Litigation, AJMLS Detta Investigating and Litigating Employment Law Cases, AJMLS Detta Labor Law, AJMLS Detta Payment Systems, AJMLS Detta Torts
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Jeffrey A. Van Detta is a law professor at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. Subjects taught by Jeffrey A. Van Detta include International Business Transactions, International Civil Litigation, Conflict of Laws, Contracts, Employment Discrimination Law, Torts, Civil Procedure, Payment Systems, Labor Law, and Investigating and Litigating Employment Law Cases.

Jeffrey A. Van Detta graduated from Albany Law School of Union University.

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