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Posted by Dan Filler at 09:47 AM in Deans, Law School Deans | Permalink
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From Faulkner's class of 2012, only 50% managed to get any sort of full-time permanent job that required a law degree. Most of those were as solo practitioners or in firms of less than 10 lawyers.
Faulkner charges fees of $34,000 per year. Total estimated annual cost of attendance is $62,000.
Albert Ross |
September 18, 2013 at 04:30 PM
Albert Ross: We're playing Jeopardy?
What is, "why is that man smiling?"
If you liked that post, look at the newest post, about the search for a dean at Detroit Mercy. Do you imagine the search committee, lantern in hand, searching academia for one honest candidate?
Ross Alpert |
September 18, 2013 at 06:34 PM
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