Charlotte Crane

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Charlotte Crane is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by Charlotte Crane include Advanced Corporate Taxation, Advanced Research and Writing on Tax Issues, Basic Federal Income Taxation, Colloquium: Advanced Topics in Taxation, and Corporate Taxation.

Charlotte Crane graduated from University of Michigan.

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