Julie L. Biehl
|Julie L. Biehl|
|Title(s)||Clinical Assistant Professor of Law|
Director, Children and Family Justice Center
|Law school||Northwestern University School of Law|
|Subject(s)||Clinic Practice: Juvenile Justice and Reform|
Clinic Practice: Juvenile Justice
Clinic:Juvenile Justice: Post-Sentencing Advocacy and Reform
Intensive Clinical Practice
|Alma Mater||Northwestern University|
|Outline(s)||Northwestern Biehl Clinic Practice: Juvenile Justice, Northwestern Biehl Clinic Practice: Juvenile Justice and Reform, Northwestern Biehl Clinic:Juvenile Justice: Post-Sentencing Advocacy and Reform, Northwestern Biehl Intensive Clinical Practice|
Julie L. Biehl is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by Julie L. Biehl include Clinic Practice: Juvenile Justice and Reform, Clinic Practice: Juvenile Justice, Clinic:Juvenile Justice: Post-Sentencing Advocacy and Reform, and Intensive Clinical Practice.
Julie L. Biehl graduated from Northwestern University.
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