Paul L. Caron
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Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Temple Symposium: Disrupting Hierarchies In Legal Education

Temple Symposium, Disrupting Hierarchies In Legal Education:

https://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2020/06/temple-symposium-disrupting-hierarchies-in-legal-education.html

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Comments

My favorite part of Temple Review's splash page is how the one article is described thusly: Hierarchy? What Hierarchy? Why Legal Education Is the Most Egalitarian Form of Higher Education Professor John Hasnas, J.D., PhD., LLM.

None of the other submissions list their author(s)' degrees. Unintentional irony or subtle meta-commentary? You be the judge. Meanwhile if you change two letters in my alma mater the median starting salary increases by about $125,000 but whatever there's totally no hierarchy in law or legal education.

Posted by: Unemployed Northeastern | Jun 9, 2020 5:01:24 PM

"You be the judge."

Still talking to yourself, I see?

Posted by: MM | Jun 15, 2020 7:36:07 PM