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Editor: Jeffrey R. Baker
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Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Prof. Bob Kuehn's Post on the Demographics, Diversity, and Salary Data Within Clinical Legal Education

In the Winter 2017-2018 CLEA Newsletter, Prof. Bob Kuehn of WashU published data on the demographics, diversity, and other data within clinical legal education. 

Read the entire piece cross-posted here at the Best Practices blog.

Here's the introduction: 

Though clinical faculty have largely moved out of the proverbial basement, they remain a distinct sub-group within most law faculties. Often labeled as something other than law professors (“clinicians”) because of their teaching methods and goals, faculty that teach law clinic and externship courses also differ as a group by gender, race, employment status, and salary from “podium” faculty teaching doctrinal courses. And unlike the movement out of the basement, it’s not clear that clinical and doctrinal faculty are moving closer to each other on those attributes.

 

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/clinic_prof/2018/01/prof-bob-kuehns-post-on-the-demographics-diversity-and-salary-data-within-clinical-legal-education.html

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