Professor Campos jumps the shark and then tries once more to get his maths right

When we last left him Professor Campos was tripping all over himself trying to sort out medians and means. Now, however, I think we finally have a set of straightforward […]

In a recent post I pointed out that Professor Campos of the University of Colorado Law School had – once again – made an error in the way in which […]

When we last checked in at the pseudo-lefty website that for some reason allows the Federalist Society’s second favorite law professor to blog there, there was no sign that Professor […]

New York Times takes another shot at law schools and puts up an air ball

Noam Scheiber of the New York Times went out to Hoosier land and decided he understood the entire market for legal education. This effort resulted in a lengthy profile of […]

Fordham Law's new campus - the Jesuits know how to build a law school!

We were in NYC recently for meetings so decided to take advantage of the visit to tour the new Fordham Law School campus. As fans of Robert Caro’s magisterial biography […]

It will be a race at Yahoo – can the current board engineer a sale of assets sufficient to satisfy shareholders while under challenge by a competing slate of directors […]

One of the enduring myths about lawyers is that there is a deep incurable structural crisis in incomes and jobs for lawyers. In fact, lawyer incomes and the number of […]

Earlier this month, two faculty activists at Chicago State University (CSU) prevailed in the face of a motion to dismiss a lawsuit they had filed in federal court against CSU’s […]

Completely shocked that his attack on the American law school has something in common with the Cato Institute and the Koch Brothers after taking an all expenses paid trip to […]

Professor Campos and his colleague Professor Scott Lemieux at their blog (once dismissed by liberal journo Glenn Greenwald as a “cesspool” – after mistakenly spending a few minutes today interacting […]