Friday, May 4, 2012
The Society of American Law Teachers has released its 2012 survey of salaries for law professors on the tenure track:
After a one-year hiatus to review and reformat the SALT salary survey, we are delighted to publish this survey of 2011-12 academic year law faculty salaries. The survey, conducted by Eric Janus, President and Dean of the William Mitchell College of Law, reports the median base salaries for three faculty ranks – assistant professor, pre-tenure associate professor, and tenured professor (both associate and full) – and median summer stipends in alphabetical order by school, in seven regions. SALT received information from 66 (33%) of the 200 surveyed schools in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. 134 schools (67%) either refused to participate or failed to respond.
Here is the link.