Durrani’s Second Article on Law Teaching Careers

Anayat Durrani has posted the second of her two articles on law teaching careers. This article focuses on attorneys who seek law teaching careers after some significant practice experience, quoting (among others) Michael Madison, Gordon Smith and me. You can…

Spring Break Plan

Marquette is on Spring Break. Spring Break usually means one of two things to a law professor. For some law professors, it is a welcome chance to escape to better climates (for those of us in Milwaukee, a welcome respite…

Experienced Lawyers and Law Teaching Careers–PART IV

This is the last of a four part series on experienced lawyers seeking law teaching careers, which in turn extended a five part series about law teaching careers generally. You can see the entire series (and a few other posts)…

Experienced Lawyers and Law Teaching Careers–PART III

This is the third of a four part series on experienced lawyers who want to become full time law professors, with a specific focus on adjunct teaching. You can read the prior series (and the preceding five-part series) here. 3)…

Hurt on Law Teaching Careers and Years of Practice

This week I’ve been blogging about experienced lawyers seeking a law teaching job. In response, Christine Hurt posted on an important related topic. She writes: “conventional wisdom tells would-be applicants that practicing too long can hurt you in the law…

Dzienkowski on Law Professor Ethics When Circulating Articles

John Dzienkowski made a provocative post about law professor ethics when circulating articles to law reviews. This topic came up at a conference I attended last summer, and I was surprised how few professors wanted to have an open discussion…

Experienced Lawyers and Law Teaching Careers–PART II

This is the second of a four part series about experienced lawyers seeking a law teaching career. This series is a follow-on series to my previous five part series about law teaching generally. You can find the previous posts here….

Experienced Lawyers and Law Teaching Careers–PART I

This is the first of a four part series on experienced lawyers and law teaching careers, prompted by my email interview with Anayat Durrani for a LawCrossing.com article. This four part series follows on my earlier five part series about…

Continued Blawgswarm on Law Teaching Careers

Anayat Durrani released her article on law teaching careers at LawCrossing.com, quoting (among others) Solum, Wendel and myself. Her email interview with me for this story prompted my five-part series on law teaching careers from a couple of weeks ago,…

More on Virtual Worlds Paper

Neal Stewart writes a lengthy and interesting critique of my draft paper on virtual worlds. Good reading for a discussion about the complex issues that need to be balanced when a private actor restricts speech.