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Robin B. Meyer

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Robin B. Meyer
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Title(s) Lecturer - The David J. Beck Center for Legal Research, Writing, and Appellate Advocacy
Law school University of Texas School of Law
Subject(s) Legal Rsch & Legal Wr
Legal Wr, Adv: Transact
Legal Writing, Adv: Tq
Legal Research & Legal Writing
Legal Writing, Adv: Transactional Drafting
Brief Writing & Oral Advocacy
Brief Writing & Oral Advocacy W/Adv Legal Research
Brief Writing & Oral Advocacy W/Legal Res., Adv.
Alma Mater University of Texas at Austin
Outline(s) UT Meyer Brief Writing & Oral Advocacy, UT Meyer Brief Writing & Oral Advocacy W/Adv Legal Research, UT Meyer Brief Writing & Oral Advocacy W/Legal Res., Adv., UT Meyer Legal Research & Legal Writing, UT Meyer Legal Rsch & Legal Wr, UT Meyer Legal Wr, Adv: Transact, UT Meyer Legal Writing, Adv: Tq, UT Meyer Legal Writing, Adv: Transactional Drafting
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Robin B. Meyer is a law professor at University of Texas School of Law. Subjects taught by Robin B. Meyer include Legal Rsch & Legal Wr, Legal Wr, Adv: Transact, Legal Writing, Adv: Tq, Legal Research & Legal Writing, Legal Writing, Adv: Transactional Drafting, Brief Writing & Oral Advocacy, Brief Writing & Oral Advocacy W/Adv Legal Research, and Brief Writing & Oral Advocacy W/Legal Res., Adv..

Robin B. Meyer graduated from University of Texas at Austin.

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