Sanford V. Levinson
|Sanford V. Levinson|
|Title(s)||W. St. John Garwood and W. St. John Garwood, Jr. Centennial Chair Professor of Government|
|Law school||University of Texas School of Law|
|Subject(s)||Con Law II: Federalism|
Smnr: Const Design
Smnr: Emergency Powers
Comparative Constitutional Design
Con Law II: Welfare State
Constitution As A System Of Governance
Con Law I
Constitutional Aspects Of American Welfare State
Sanford V. Levinson is a law professor at University of Texas School of Law. Subjects taught by Sanford V. Levinson include Con Law II: Federalism, Reading Group, Smnr: Const Design, Smnr: Emergency Powers, Comparative Constitutional Design, Con Law II: Welfare State, Constitution As A System Of Governance, Con Law I, Constitutional Aspects Of American Welfare State, and Constitutional Design.
Sanford V. Levinson graduated from Stanford.
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