January 20, 2012
Posted by Jeff Lipshaw
My very good friend, Tina Stark, in my estimation, the country's leading educator on the subject of transactional lawyering skills, has announced her retirement from full time academia due to an ongoing chronic health issue. Tina has championed cutting edge programs in the law schools at Fordham, Emory, and Boston University. Here's the note she sent to the Legal Writing Professors list serv, including BU's announcement of a search for her replacement:
As some of you may know, I have had a chronic medical problem for many years. Unfortunately, it has now reached the state where I can no longer work as a fulltime academic. I'm sanguine that I'll find a way to stay involved - as an adjunct or some other capacity - but fulltime is just not possible. It has been my great pleasure to have worked with you.
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