|Title(s)||Professor of Law and Deane F. Johnson Faculty Scholar|
|Law school||Stanford Law School|
History and Future of Citizenship and the State
International Criminal Law
Legal Studies Workshop
|Status||Full time"Full time" is not in the list (full time, adjunct, visiting, emeritus, retired) of allowed values for the "Status" property.|
|Outline(s)||Stanford Cuéllar Administrative Law, Stanford Cuéllar Criminal Law, Stanford Cuéllar Executive Power, Stanford Cuéllar History and Future of Citizenship and the State, Stanford Cuéllar International Criminal Law, Stanford Cuéllar Legal Studies Workshop, Stanford Cuéllar Legislation|
Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar is a law professor at Stanford Law School. Subjects taught by Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar include Administrative Law, Criminal Law, Executive Power, History and Future of Citizenship and the State, International Criminal Law, Legal Studies Workshop, and Legislation.
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