August 9, 2011
Life after tenure
August 8, 2011
The Most Important U.S. Constitutional Theorists of the Past 200 Years?
Some polling amusement for the dog days of summer. Only the dearly departed were eligible; obviously some living constitutional theorists are likely to be recognized as among the most significant in the eyes of history. When I open discussion of the results in a few days, readers can weigh in with the inexcusable omissions from the poll!
Another Law Schools Wins ABA Full Accreditation
August 6, 2011
Drexel Law Receives Full Accreditation from the ABA
Story here. No doubt it was Dan's blogging that put them over the top!
August 4, 2011
Announcements of law faculty openings
One blog is helpfully posting them.
August 3, 2011
Arizona State Hosts Annual Aspiring Law Professor Conference
For the third straight year, ASU Law is hosting a conference dedicated to preparing aspiring law faculty for the job market. It's a good program - and I don't say that just because Brian and I gave the keynote in year one and two, respectively. (They've nabbed Eugene Volokh for the talk this year.) There will be plenty of good advice, I'm sure. But far more importantly, the organizers have done a banner job assembling an engaged conference faculty which provides individualized help to candidates in the form of mock interviews and job talks. More details on the conference, coming up on September 10 in Tempe, are here.
August 2, 2011
More on the Baltimore Deanship Fiasco
Here. The story gets more complicated.
August 1, 2011
FAR Deadline for 1st Distribution is Tomorrow, Tuesday, August 2
Don't miss it! But also don't file if you're not positioned to put your best foot forward. Institutions do have short-term memories, and if you make a half-baked effort this year, schools that see you this year are unlikely to look again next year.
In Memoriam: Eric Stein
The pioneer in what we would now call "law of the European Union," Professor Stein had a really remarkable career.