Jeffrey Shulman

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Jeffrey Shulman
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Title(s) Associate Professor of Legal Research and Writing
Law school Georgetown University Law Center
Subject(s) The Constitutional Family: Rights, Responsibilities, and Family Relationships
The Constitutional Family: Rights, Responsibilities, and Family Relationships
Legal Writing Seminar: Theory and Practice for Law Fellows
Legal Research and Writing
Law, Society & Culture
Alma Mater Georgetown; Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Madison
Outline(s) Georgetown Shulman Constitutional Law, Georgetown Shulman Law, Society & Culture, Georgetown Shulman Legal Research and Writing, Georgetown Shulman Legal Writing Seminar: Theory and Practice for Law Fellows, Georgetown Shulman The Constitutional Family: Rights, Responsibilities, and Family Relationships
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Jeffrey Shulman is a law professor at Georgetown University Law Center. Subjects taught by Jeffrey Shulman include The Constitutional Family: Rights, Responsibilities, and Family Relationships, The Constitutional Family: Rights, Responsibilities, and Family Relationships, Legal Writing Seminar: Theory and Practice for Law Fellows, Legal Research and Writing, and Law, Society & Culture.

Jeffrey Shulman graduated from Georgetown; Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Madison.

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