Over at TaxProf Blog is an interesting series on “advice to Dean Chemerinsky” from various folks throughout the legal academy.Â Here are my three favorites:
- Gordon SmithÂ (Ditch co-curricular offerings, law reviews, moot court, clinics, and writing programs and use the money to improve classroom education)
- Bill Henderson (UC’s brand name and location will get you ranked in the top tier just by showing up to work.Â Focus your energies on listening to the labor market … and read his post)
GMU’s Dean Dan Polsby offers a bit of advice any economist could love:
“Think hard about what your comparative advantage is going to be. Build your mission around that. Do not spend a minute or a penny on anything that does not further the mission. And get to be best, best friends with Mr. Bren.”
Along the lines of successful law school specialization strategies, I hope that Caron & Henderson solicit Henry Manne’s advice.