May 24, 2008
Why Baseball Players Need Tenure
One of the overlooked advantages of tenure is that deans cannot trade law professors for players to be named later and the like. More specifically, as the USA Today reports, no dean would think of trading a law professor for ten maple bats. If professional ball players had the sort of protection we professors enjoy, pitcher John Odom would still be hurling for the Calgary Vipers rather than being sent down to the Laredo Broncos in return for ten maple bats, valued at about $650. Oh, the indignity!
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Quizlaw and others are right to proclaim this the best headline of the weekend: Minor Leaguer Traded For 10 Bats. I am hoping that any new addition we may soon make at Legal Profession Blog is not just a subtle [Read More]
Tracked on May 26, 2008 11:21:32 AM
EVERY dean would think of trading a law professor for ten maple bats.
Posted by: Alan Childress | May 24, 2008 1:33:16 PM