Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Following up on my previous posts:
Boston Business Journal, New England Law Offers Faculty Buyouts, Dean Takes a Pay Cut:
John O’Brien, dean of New England Law, has agreed to take a pay cut of more than 25 percent this year as the Boston law school prepares to offer buyouts to as many as 20 faculty members.
O’Brien has received national attention for his $867,000 salary, which has made him one of the highest paid law school deans in the country. With a 25 percent cut, O'Brien would make about $650,000. The buyouts would go into effect for the 2014 academic year, according to a spokesman for the school. ...
Some faculty members who remain at the school may see their workloads increase. “Some faculty members who have made lesser contributions in one or more of those areas may find that future expectations will be greater."
(Hat Tip: Above the Law.)