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Friday, March 06, 2015

Erwin Chemerinsky at FIU

I am delighted that Dean Erwin Chemerinsky of UC-Irvine was at FIU this week for the Second Decanal Lecture on Legal Education. After the jump is the video of his talk to the students (it begins around the 1:30 mark), titled The Future of Legal Education.



Posted by Howard Wasserman on March 6, 2015 at 09:31 AM in Article Spotlight, Howard Wasserman, Life of Law Schools, Teaching Law | Permalink


Let's see:

Started a law school, despite a proven glut in the market.
Hired his wife in the first few hires.
Charges sky-high tuition.
Has lousy employment outcomes.

Posted by: Barry | Mar 7, 2015 8:27:29 AM

"There is no solution to the high cost of legal education."

"Tamahana's proposal for a small faculty with many adjuncts would be a bad law school."

"We must face the staggering debt of our students, but there is no realistic way of reducing tuition."

25-31 minutes

Posted by: Brian Tamanaha | Mar 6, 2015 10:25:01 AM

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