Thursday, April 14, 2005
Over at the Conglomerate blog, Gordon Smith of Wisconsin has gathered some data about teaching loads at leading law schools, which show that the 12-hour load is an anachronism at those levels. There are a number of comments. One interesting thing about the discussion is that no one mentions the impact on students.
Hey, in a few more years, maybe full-time faculty won't have to teach at all. [Ed. note: I forgot; teaching "informs" our scholarship, so we probably should continue to do at least a bit of it.]