July 28, 2010
More on the ABA's Proposal to Dilute Law Faculty TenureFollowing up on my prior posts:
- ABA Considers Dramatic Changes This Weekend in Law School Accreditation Standards, Including Dilution of Tenure (July 25, 2010)
- Law School Tenure in Danger? (July 26, 2010)
Press and blogosphere coverage:
- ABA Journal, ABA Committee Proposal to Eliminate ‘Tenure’ Word Raises Law Profs’ Ire
- Above the Law, ABA Takes on Law Schools… Over Tenure
- Law Librarian Blog, Is the ABA Trying to Dilute Tenure for Law Faculty and Job Security for Legal Skills Profs?
- National Law Journal, Law Faculty Upset Over ABA's Proposed Tenure Shift
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IANAL: What's really behind this? Lawyers run the country, left wing lawyers. What's the White House's connection to this? Cui Bono? What' being proposed in place of tenure that enables law and other school admins and faculty senates to squeeze out non-leftist students and professors even more than they already do. Or as it is more delicately put, enforce ideological, class and race uniformity -- and religious uniformity down the line (i.e., as Mohammedans push onto the faculties)?
Posted by: David R. Graham | Jul 28, 2010 12:45:30 PM