Robert A. Hillman

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Robert A. Hillman is a law professor at Cornell Law School. Subjects taught by Robert A. Hillman include Contracts, Contract Law in the Electronic Age, Contract Theory, Commercial Law, Remedies, and Property.

Professor Hillman graduated from Cornell Law School. He clerked for the Hon. Edward C. McLean and the Hon. Robert J. Ward at the Southern District of New York[1].

Following his clerkships, Professor Hillman joined the firm Debevoise & Plimpton in New York City in 1973[1].

Professor Hillman began his teaching career at the University of Iowa College of Law in 1975 and taught there until 1982. He was a visiting professor at Cornell Law School in 1982-83 and joined the faculty at Cornell the year after[1].

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