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Monday, May 19, 2008

A Tax Prof Dress Code?

I previously have blogged Tax Prof Eric Jensen's call for a dress code for law school faculty.  I received an email today with the university's rules for Summer Business Casual Attire:

Business casual attire is permissible during the period beginning the first Monday following spring commencement and ending the last Friday prior to the first day of classes for the autumn term. Business casual attire must be in good taste and positively reflect the image of the university. ...

Inappropriate summer business casual attire includes, but is not limited to the following:

  • Halter tops, sheer tops, tube tops, tank tops, tee-shirts
  • Blue Jeans, shorts, leggings, spandex, bib overalls, beachwear, work-out clothes
  • Dresses or skirts shorter than four (4) inches above knee length, spaghetti-strap dresses without jacket, micro-mini skirts
  • Sneakers, flip-flops, thong shoes, slippers

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The memo seems to apply only to "staff." I presume this does not include faculty. Does the faculty at Cincinnati's law school wear business casual in the summer? Indeed, does the faculty wear (at least) business casual during the term?

Posted by: Jason Kilborn | May 19, 2008 12:23:21 PM