Even in this economy, there seems to still be a demand to fill one high-paying job: law school dean. At least 27 law schools throughout the country -- from Harvard to the University of Arizona -- are searching for new deans, and many are having a tough time filling the position. With fundraising plummeting, donors in short supply and state budgets being slashed, law school deanships, once highly sought after, are now less attractive, high-stress jobs.
Wanted: Law School Deans -- Lots of Them
The National Law Journal
February 2, 2009