Above the Law continues its relentless march through the top state schools in the US News' ranking of law schools. It's previously reported on:
Law professors at top schools like Texas certainly get plenty of love. How does professorial pay change as one goes down the law school hierarchy? We’ll find out in future installments of our law professor pay watch.
Considering that Texas was ranked # 15 in the US News latest rankings and UCLA was ranked 17th (with private law school Vanderbilt in the middle), I have the sinking feeling that we're next. Which prompts two thoughts: (1) It seems more than a tad unfair (at least from my perspective) that professors at private schools are exempt from this exercise and (2) the good folks at ATL ought to get directly to the issue of "How does professorial pay change as one goes down the law school hierarchy?" by skipping directly down to, say, #50 or so.