What Texas Law School Deans Think About Scalia's Proposal for Their Schools

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"For example, Justice Scalia notes that cutting the size of law school faculties would be 'no huge disaster.' That might be true for Harvard Law School, which Justice Scalia reports as having 287 full-time law teachers. But Texas A&M employs fewer than 40," said Aric Short, interim dean, Texas A&M University School of Law, Fort Worth.

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  • UnCoverUp

    Inflated academic salaries are being driven by inflated fees corporate clients pay in-house and out-house lawyers to maintain their regulatory capture of the lawyers employed by our state and federal governments to administer the courts and regulatory agencies (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regulatory_capture).

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