Mark D. Rosenbaum
|Mark D. Rosenbaum|
|Title(s)||Harvey J. Gunderson Professor from Practice|
Public Interest/Public Service Faculty Fellow
|Law school||University of Michigan Law School|
|Subject(s)||Adv Appellate Advocacy|
Elements of Advocacy
Public Interest Advocacy
Public Interest Litigation
|Outline(s)||Michigan Rosenbaum Adv Appellate Advocacy, Michigan Rosenbaum Elements of Advocacy, Michigan Rosenbaum Fourteenth Amendment, Michigan Rosenbaum Public Interest Advocacy, Michigan Rosenbaum Public Interest Litigation|
Mark D. Rosenbaum is a law professor at University of Michigan Law School. Subjects taught by Mark D. Rosenbaum include Adv Appellate Advocacy, Elements of Advocacy, Fourteenth Amendment, Public Interest Advocacy, and Public Interest Litigation.
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