Nia Mahallati

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Charles P.
Class of 2019
Sep 13, 2019

International Law, Graduate course, Webster University: Material is a bit hard to grasp at first. However, becomes more clear as class goes on. Should attend lectures to do well in class as professor explains most material during lectures. The textbook is dry. Informative course overall.

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