How Law Schools Compete for Entry-Level Faculty

Glenn Cohen lists 17 questions that prospective hires should ask a law school after they get the offer.

I think it's a great list.

UM Law, incidentally, does very well (in some cases very very well) on all but #11 (we give “only” one semester of pre-tenure sabbatical) and the second part of #15: Unlike (I think) most universities, we don't have reciprocal deals for tuition remission with other schools, or any tuition assistance plan.

And I have two children approaching college-age …

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One Response to How Law Schools Compete for Entry-Level Faculty

  1. Ann Bartow says:

    I think there should be an entry level draft, like with major league sports. All the first round picks could go to “Fourth Tier” law schools with low bar passage rates.

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