Clinton William Francis

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Clinton William Francis is a law professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Subjects taught by Clinton William Francis include Commercial Law Sales, Commercial Law: Secured Transactions, Commercial Law: Secured Transactions, Corporate Restructuring, Intellectual Capital Management, Intellectual Capital Management, Intellectual Property, International Team Project, Medical Innovation I, Medical Innovation II, Property, Structuring Transactions: Bankruptcy Reorganization, and Summer Research Internship.

Clinton William Francis graduated from University of Virginia.

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