Brian Leiter

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Brian Leiter is a law professor at University of Chicago Law School. Subjects taught by Brian Leiter include Evidence, Jurisprudence I: Theories of Law and Adjudication, Jurisprudence II: Topics in Moral, Political, and Legal Theory, Workshop: Law and Philosophy, Workshop: Law and Philosophy, and Workshop: Law and Philosophy.

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