John H. Langbein
|John H. Langbein|
|Title(s)||Sterling Professor of Law and Legal History|
|Law school||Yale Law School|
History of the Common Law: Procedure and Institutions
Pension and Employee Benefit Law
Trusts and Estates: Family Wealth Transmission
|Outline(s)||Yale Langbein Comparative Law, Yale Langbein Fiduciary Law, Yale Langbein History of the Common Law: Procedure and Institutions, Yale Langbein Pension and Employee Benefit Law, Yale Langbein Trusts and Estates: Family Wealth Transmission|
John H. Langbein is a law professor at Yale Law School. Subjects taught by John H. Langbein include Fiduciary Law, History of the Common Law: Procedure and Institutions, Pension and Employee Benefit Law, Trusts and Estates: Family Wealth Transmission, and Comparative Law.
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