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Thursday, February 9, 2006

Salary Brouhaha in University of California System

Uc_color_logosized_1 This morning's Chronicle of Higher Education reports on a brouhaha over allegations of excessive and hidden pay in the University of California system sparked by a series of articles in the San Francisco Chronicle:

The University of California system has established a web site in response to the San Francisco Chronicle's charges.

For voyeurs like me, the most interesting aspect of this episode is the web site set up by the newspaper which allows you to search for the salary and benefits of individual professors in the University of California system, including law professors.

Update:  Steve Bainbridge (UCLA) has more here, along with a link to the list (and salaries) of the 21 law profs among the 2277 highest paud members of the University of California system.

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