Karen L. Engle

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Karen L. Engle
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Title(s) Minerva House Drysdale Regents Chair in Law
Founder and Co-Director, Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice
Law school University of Texas School of Law
Subject(s) Smnr: Legal Academic Wr
Intl Human Rights Law
Reading Group
Public Intl Law
Smnr: Intl Hum Rts/Jstc
Public International Law
International Human Rights & Justice Workshop
International Human Rights Law
Feminisms, Social Movements & Human Rights
Human Rights Research And Writing
Protection Of Human Rights In International Law
Alma Mater Harvard
Outline(s) UT Engle Feminisms, Social Movements & Human Rights, UT Engle Human Rights Research And Writing, UT Engle International Human Rights & Justice Workshop, UT Engle International Human Rights Law, UT Engle Intl Human Rights Law, UT Engle Protection Of Human Rights In International Law, UT Engle Public International Law, UT Engle Public Intl Law, UT Engle Reading Group, UT Engle Smnr: Intl Hum Rts/Jstc, UT Engle Smnr: Legal Academic Wr
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Karen L. Engle is a law professor at University of Texas School of Law. Subjects taught by Karen L. Engle include Smnr: Legal Academic Wr, Intl Human Rights Law, Reading Group, Public Intl Law, Smnr: Intl Hum Rts/Jstc, Public International Law, International Human Rights & Justice Workshop, International Human Rights Law, Feminisms, Social Movements & Human Rights, Human Rights Research And Writing, and Protection Of Human Rights In International Law.

Karen L. Engle graduated from Harvard.

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