|Law school||Atlanta's John Marshall Law School|
|Subject(s)||Civil Liberties Seminar|
Micronesian Externship Program
|Status||Full time"Full time" is not in the list (full time, adjunct, visiting, emeritus, retired) of allowed values for the "Status" property.|
|Alma Mater||Georgetown University Law Center|
|Outline(s)||AJMLS Burch Civil Liberties Seminar, AJMLS Burch Constitutional Law, AJMLS Burch Legal Drafting, AJMLS Burch Micronesian Externship Program, AJMLS Burch Trial Advocacy|
Kathleen Burch is a law professor at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. Subjects taught by Kathleen Burch include Civil Liberties Seminar, Constitutional Law, Legal Drafting, Micronesian Externship Program, and Trial Advocacy.
Kathleen Burch graduated from Georgetown University Law Center.
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