Today Is Final Day to Comment on ABA’s Proposal to Eliminate Student-Faculty Ratio Data

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Paul Caron has a critique of the proposal here.

The impact on student/faculty ratio was one of the arguments that finally persuaded the doubters at my law school to hire a professional, full time legal writing faculty, which has been enormously beneficial for our students and the law school generally.

–Ann Bartow

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0 Responses to Today Is Final Day to Comment on ABA’s Proposal to Eliminate Student-Faculty Ratio Data

  1. chenx064 says:

    Thanks for the link to MoneyLaw, Ann. I must point out that the author of the post you cite, http://money-law.blogspot.com/2008/12/today-is-final-day-to-comment-on-abas.html, is Paul Caron.

    Best wishes,
    Jim

  2. Ann Bartow says:

    Fixed it – sorry about that. Sloppy of me. I’m in the middle of grading, and very focused on that and nothing else. Best not to accept any dinner invitations from me for a couple more days, I’m likely to serve cat food or worse!