Judith A. Rosenbaum

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Judith A. Rosenbaum
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Title(s) Clinical Professor of Law
Director of Communication Initiatives
Law school Northwestern University School of Law
Subject(s) Advanced Legal Communication
Advanced Legal Research
Basics of Contract Drafting
Civil Procedure
Communication and Legal Reasoning
Contract Drafting
International Team Project
Status full time
Alma Mater University of Michigan
Outline(s) Northwestern Rosenbaum Advanced Legal Communication, Northwestern Rosenbaum Advanced Legal Research, Northwestern Rosenbaum Basics of Contract Drafting, Northwestern Rosenbaum Civil Procedure, Northwestern Rosenbaum Communication and Legal Reasoning, Northwestern Rosenbaum Contract Drafting, Northwestern Rosenbaum International Team Project, Northwestern Rosenbaum Torts
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Judith A. Rosenbaum is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by Judith A. Rosenbaum include Advanced Legal Communication, Advanced Legal Research, Basics of Contract Drafting, Civil Procedure, Communication and Legal Reasoning, Contract Drafting, International Team Project, and Torts.

Judith A. Rosenbaum graduated from University of Michigan.

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