Money, tenure, and the future of legal education

Elie Mystal at Above the Law reports from a panel discussion on nontraditional models of law schooling:

… The educators had great things to say about their programs, but not one of them were focused on the cost to students. …

When the panel opened up for questions, I thought the audience would slam the panel for their incremental changes and full price demands. I totally misread the room on that one. There was only one thing an audience of professors cared about when assessing new educational models.


Can you get tenure doing this? Will you be up for tenure more quickly doing that? Will tenure requirements be softened for professors that teach over the summer? How do I get tenure?

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