Cattle Call for Law Professors

Aspirants to academe find the competition heating up.

, The National Law Journal

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Hundreds of would-be law professors will arrive this week in Washington for the American Law Schools Faculty Recruitment Conference—the "law school meat market" to those in the know. Legal educators predict that entry-level faculty gigs will be especially hard to come by, given the dramatically reduced class sizes at many schools and uncertainty about the future.

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Originally appeared in print as Aspiring professors gather in D.C.

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