Mark Barenberg

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Mark Barenberg is a law professor at Columbia Law School. Subjects taught by Mark Barenberg include Labor and employment law, International labor rights, Constitutional law, Global economic institutions, Legal and political theory, Employment discrimination, Democracy and law, and Foundations of the regulatory state.

Mark Barenberg graduated from Harvard Law School.

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