Lewis A. Kornhauser
|Lewis A. Kornhauser|
|Title(s)||Alfred B. Engelberg Professor of Law|
|Law school||New York University School of Law|
Economic Analysis of Law
Law's Authority: Democracy, Revolutions, and Coups
Legal Theory Thesis Seminar
|Alma Mater||University of California at Berkeley School of Law|
|Outline(s)||NYU Kornhauser Courts, NYU Kornhauser Economic Analysis of Law, NYU Kornhauser Law's Authority: Democracy, Revolutions, and Coups, NYU Kornhauser Legal Theory Thesis Seminar|
Lewis A. Kornhauser is a law professor at New York University School of Law. Subjects taught by Lewis A. Kornhauser include Courts, Economic Analysis of Law, Law's Authority: Democracy, Revolutions, and Coups, and Legal Theory Thesis Seminar.
Lewis A. Kornhauser graduated from University of California at Berkeley School of Law.
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