Juliet Sorensen

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Juliet Sorensen
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Title(s) Clinical Assistant Professor of Law
Law school Northwestern University School of Law
Subject(s) Health and Human Rights
Intensive Practicum
Intensive Practicum Seminar
International Litigation and Arbitration
International Team Project
Intl Crim Law Special Topics
Practicum: Criminal law
Summer Research Internship
Status full time
Alma Mater Columbia University
Outline(s) Northwestern Sorensen Health and Human Rights, Northwestern Sorensen Intensive Practicum, Northwestern Sorensen Intensive Practicum Seminar, Northwestern Sorensen International Litigation and Arbitration, Northwestern Sorensen International Team Project, Northwestern Sorensen Intl Crim Law Special Topics, Northwestern Sorensen Practicum: Criminal law, Northwestern Sorensen Summer Research Internship
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Juliet Sorensen is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by Juliet Sorensen include Health and Human Rights, Intensive Practicum, Intensive Practicum Seminar, International Litigation and Arbitration, International Team Project, Intl Crim Law Special Topics, Practicum: Criminal law, and Summer Research Internship.

Juliet Sorensen graduated from Columbia University.

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