September 8, 2008
$600k for a Tax Prof?
Stephen Bainbridge (UCLA) reports the rumor that Yale has offered a Harvard corporate law professor a salary of $600k/year to jump ship. That got me to thinking -- what does the highest paid Tax Prof make? Comments are open! (Hat Tip: Brian Leiter.)
Update: Dave Rifkin, an adjunct Tax Prof at Georgetown, correctly notes that my question should focus on the highest paid full-time Tax Prof, since many adjunct tax faculty easily clear the $600k level in non-law school compensation.
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They should call me. I'll do it for half that amount.
Posted by: Woody | Sep 8, 2008 10:00:29 AM