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April 27, 2008

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anonymous

not a good year for cornell

GSM

It would be great if you did a GAINS column and a LOSSES column, or in this case a GAINS post and a LOSSES post. I realize I can get this info just by reading or doing a CTRL-F, but it would be interesting to have it compiled as it may show schools with quite a few departures.

James

How about Ernest Young from Texas to Duke.

GoState

Joan Howarth from UNLV to Michigan State (to be dean). http://www.law.msu.edu/news/2008/releases/howarth-dean.html

missing people

Doug Kysar to Yale

Tim Zick to William and Mary

Adam

When you do the updates, how about adding an "updated" or "new" word next to the additions? Just a thought, as this is a great service you're doing, and this way it's easier to see who's new to the list since the earlier version.

anonymous

Richard Storrow from Penn State to CUNY

anonymous

Anyone dare say what's going on at Penn State?

Brian

As with Lyman Johnson, the listing for Sunstein should reflect that the fact that he will continue to teach one quarter per year at Chicago.

Anonymous

Penn State: 2-campus law school = chaos. Losing good people.

Nittany

Carla Pratt from Penn State to Texas Wesleyan.

Adam

Sunstein's listing should not include Chicago because he will only be teaching as a visting professor.

anonymous

Hiroshi Motomura to UCLA from North Carolina

anonymous

Stephanie Farrior from Penn State to Vermont

Anon

You had listed , then removed, John Tehranian as going from Utah to Chapman...what happened?

anon

Why are so many senior people leaving UNC? I heard that the current Dean is not very ambitious for the place, other than making it the best law school for North Carolina public interest lawyers, but I am surprised and concerned to see some of the better faculty leaving.

anonymous

Stephanie Farrior from Penn State to Vermont

Matt kronick

Stephanie Farrior's departure from Penn State is a huge loss, but more tellingly it's their fifth tenured departure in the last sixty days, at a time when that school is trying to spin the ABA into accepting the fiction of a second PSU campus tailgating onto a single accreditation. The earlier comment about chaos in the Happy Valley becomes more plausible.

BlueAndWhite

It's the sixth tenured departure from Penn State so far this year:

Robert Ackerman
Carlos Ball
Stephanie Farrior
Robert Gatter
Carla Pratt
Richard Storrow

anonymous

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