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Thursday, April 14, 2005

Law professors work too hard

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.]

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