Sarah H. Cleveland
|Sarah H. Cleveland|
|Title(s)|| Louis Henkin Professor in Human and Constitutional Rights|
Faculty Co-Dir., Human Rights Institute
|Law school||Columbia Law School|
|Subject(s)|| International Human Rights|
National Security and International Humanitarian Law
Foreign Affairs and the Constitution
International Law in U.S. Courts
Federal Civil Procedure
|Alma Mater||Yale Law School, 1992|
|Outline(s)||Columbia Cleveland Federal Civil Procedure, Columbia Cleveland Foreign Affairs and the Constitution, Columbia Cleveland International Human Rights, Columbia Cleveland International Law in U.S. Courts, Columbia Cleveland National Security and International Humanitarian Law|
Sarah H. Cleveland is a law professor at Columbia Law School. Subjects taught by Sarah H. Cleveland include International Human Rights, National Security and International Humanitarian Law, Foreign Affairs and the Constitution, International Law in U.S. Courts, and Federal Civil Procedure.
Sarah H. Cleveland graduated from [[Yale Law School, 1992 ]].
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