Friday, November 17, 2006
My MoneyLaw colleague Jeff Harrison has an interesting post on what obligations law professors owe to their law school's stakeholders -- tuition payers, contributors, and citizens. He then notes several things that would not serve the interests of these constituencies at Florida, including:
1. Operating an L.L.M progam in tax that is subsidized by citizens. Precisely what is the public good rationale here? Do you think there is any chance that many if any of these students are likely to be anxious to do public service work? Why not full-cost tuition for a program so obviously aimed at people who will internalize of the benefit of the State's investment in them?