Short ABA Law Journal story here. At South Carolina we have, unfortunately, been ahead of the curve on this. Salaries have been frozen, hiring has stopped, adjuncts have been laid off, and travel money has been eliminated for tenured professors, while untenured folks receive only a small travel stipend. Our library has had to reduce its acquisitions substantially, which is problematic not only for our law school community but for people all over the state, as it is the only public law library in South Carolina. So far no furloughs, but that remains an exigent possibility. All this is hard on the students as well as the faculty and staff.