The Bulls and Bears of Law Teaching
Sara K. Stadler
Emory University School of Law
Emory Law and Economics Research Paper No. 05-10
This Essay provides readers with a unique perspective on the world of law teaching: Employing a quirky methodology, Professor Stadler predicts which subjects are likely to be most (and least) in demand among faculties looking to hire new professors in future - rating those subjects, like so many stocks, from "strong buy" to "weak buy" to "weak sell" to "strong sell". To generate the data on which her methodology is based, Professor Stadler catalogued, by subject, almost every Article, Book Review, Booknote, Comment, Essay, Note, Recent Case, Recent Publication, and Recent Statute published in the Harvard Law Review between and including the years 1946 and 2003. In the end, she found an interesting (and, she thinks, predictive) relationship between the subjects on which faculty choose to write and the subjects on which students choose to write.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 37
Keywords: Bull, bear, academia, teaching, education, law review, statistics, stock, bankruptcy, energy, gender, labor, employment, adr, first amendment, intellectual property, international, trade, history, media, civil procedure, corporations, election, administrative, environmental, jurisprudence, cyberlawAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: June 15, 2005
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