John M. Walker, Jr.
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|John M. Walker, Jr.|
|Title(s)||Visiting Lecturer in Law|
|Law school||Yale Law School|
|Subject(s)||Constitutional Litigation Seminar|
Development and the Rule of Law
|Alma Mater||University of Michigan|
|Outline(s)||Yale Walker Constitutional Litigation Seminar, Yale Walker Development and the Rule of Law|
John M. Walker, Jr. is a law professor at Yale Law School. Subjects taught by John M. Walker, Jr. include Constitutional Litigation Seminar and Development and the Rule of Law.
John M. Walker, Jr. graduated from University of Michigan.
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