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March 30, 2016


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Jason Kilborn

I hope this does not signal the disturbing trend that many have predicted--hiring non-tenure track faculty to teach "upper level electives," which I imagine include such esoteric topics as commercial law, income taxation, business associations, and bankruptcy. It's bad enough that writing professors don't get the protections of tenure, but now that problem is to be exacerbated by hiring "doctrinal" faculty without the possibility of tenure? If this is what's happening at Savannah, shame on you, Malcolm.

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