Future Focused: While Looking Back at His First 10 Months as UT Law School Dean, Ward Farnsworth Looks Ahead

, Texas Lawyer


Ward Farnsworth, dean of the University of Texas School of Law since June 1, 2012, has faced challenges from his first day on the job in Austin. In a question-and-answer exchange, he discusses his plans for the school, including a strong will to steer the law school in new directions by making the faculty compensation system transparent and maintaining a focus on graduates getting jobs.

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