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U.Mass. is looking to hire a professor who will have clinical obligations (clinical professors are on the tenure track). Full details can be found here.
Posted by Ralph D. Clifford at 01:08 PM in Business Organizations, Law School Hiring, Writing/Clinic Faculty Searches | Permalink
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Just wondering. Will you be flooded with applicants? Its not unusual for every law job to be deluged with attorney applicants, newbies and veteran practitioners needing work. Hundreds of applicants for every job! I have a buddy out over 30 years from a Top Tier School that was selective and he can't find work. He attended a Networking event in an upscale suburb and their were 4 attorneys out of roughly 20 people in attendance. My buddy is a good guy. He needs work, so does 60% of the Class of 2014 from what I have read.
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January 13, 2016 at 04:38 PM
Oh look, Sy has a new persona
January 13, 2016 at 08:40 PM
No, there are thousands of Sys out there....
January 13, 2016 at 11:01 PM
Nope. That's "Sy" ... he is so obvious.
For a couple of comments, he toned it down.
Now, not so much.
He thrives on attention. Remember, his goal is to portray practitioners in a negative light, by pretending in this way.
So, the fewer comments that acknowledge any of his comments in any way, the better.
January 13, 2016 at 11:29 PM
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