Stephen P. Sawyer
|Stephen P. Sawyer|
|Title(s)||Clinical Associate Professor of Law|
Director of Curricular Projects
|Law school||Northwestern University School of Law|
|Subject(s)||A New World Order: the Role of the United Nations in Advancing a Rule of Law and Human Rights|
Comparative Human Rights Law: Differing Perspectives, Europe, the Americas, the US
Nation Building: International Human Rights in Transitional Societies
The Law of War/International Humanitarian Law
Stephen P. Sawyer is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by Stephen P. Sawyer include A New World Order: the Role of the United Nations in Advancing a Rule of Law and Human Rights, Comparative Human Rights Law: Differing Perspectives, Europe, the Americas, the US, Nation Building: International Human Rights in Transitional Societies, and The Law of War/International Humanitarian Law.
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