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July 5, 2007
Do Tax Profs Make the Big Money?
Brian Leiter: "[T[he market responds not only to merit--e.g., scholarly productivity, quality of the work--but also to area. There will be more market demand for the very top folks in tax or corporate law, for example, meaning that salaries are likely to be higher. I confess that all I have to go on here is anecdotal evidence, so I may be mistaken. But I have a lot of anecdotes!"
Sam Kamin: "[T]ax and corporate law profs are more highly compensated than those who teach in other areas."
I hope they're right!
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Click on this link and scroll to the bottom to see an example of what one of my Alma Matter's Tax Professors makes (of course he is the director of the entire tax program so it may be a bit inflated):
Posted by: Patrick | Jul 6, 2007 12:08:14 PM