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University of California Law Faculty Salaries

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They could earn millions at cravath. We're getting them at bigsal10/08/17
Nice! I wont' lie, as a part-time adjunct, I'm aspiring to b lawyer210/09/17
Rachel F. Moran - $521,973 in total pay. Graduated law schoo jorgedeclaro10/08/17
Daniel Faber - $511,030 in total pay. Graduated law school i jorgedeclaro10/08/17
Sonia Katyal. $457,139 in total pay. Graduated 1998. Clerked jorgedeclaro10/08/17
Being a law professor is probably the easiest professor job irishlaw10/08/17
Most law profs I knew would not cut it in the real world. T trijocker10/08/17
I had a professor who didn't know what a request for product spaghetti10/10/17
Sh!t!!! This is the job for me!!! I could actually teach t propita10/09/17
We need another Stephen Paddock to shoot these morons ass of mrlollipop10/09/17
So I checked on the first 20 names through scumbag Richard L jorgedeclaro10/10/17
Add these guys to the list of lawyers who make 500k + Que fompliance210/10/17
Presumably among the highest - but even if they made half th flyer1410/10/17
Remind me again why do law profs go on paid sabbaticals in T secondcareerlawyer10/10/17
Those clowns are double fleecing the taxpayer. Cali idiots a triplesix10/10/17
legalace (Oct 7, 2017 - 9:24 pm)

University of California law faculty salaries

http://transparentcalifornia.com/salaries/search/?q=PROF-AY-LAW&y=2016

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bigsal (Oct 8, 2017 - 9:13 am)

They could earn millions at cravath. We're getting them at a discount.

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lawyer2 (Oct 9, 2017 - 2:29 pm)

Nice! I wont' lie, as a part-time adjunct, I'm aspiring to become full-time tenured faculty. Clearly it's good money!

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jorgedeclaro (Oct 8, 2017 - 11:38 am)

Rachel F. Moran - $521,973 in total pay. Graduated law school in 1981. Clerked for Second Circuit. Became a law school professor 1983. Basically never practiced law. Writings indicate she obsessed with race.

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jorgedeclaro (Oct 8, 2017 - 11:45 am)

Daniel Faber - $511,030 in total pay. Graduated law school in 1975. Clerked for Seventh Circuit and the John Paul Stevens. One year as an associate at Sidley and Austin. Joined law faculty 1978. Did of counsel work while teaching at University of Minnesota. Never really practiced law. Climate change law expert

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jorgedeclaro (Oct 8, 2017 - 11:55 am)

Sonia Katyal. $457,139 in total pay. Graduated 1998. Clerked at district court in LA and then Ninth Circuit. One year and change at Covington and Burling before joining law school faculty at Fordham in 2002. Brother to acting Solicitor General under Obama DOJ who is now representing Hawaii in the travel ban case. Sonia specializes in the non-existent intersection of intellectual property and civil rights.

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irishlaw (Oct 8, 2017 - 3:41 pm)

Being a law professor is probably the easiest professor job in the world. What do you have to do? Teach a law school class (simple) and write articles for non peer reviewed journals ran by 2ls and 3ls.

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trijocker (Oct 8, 2017 - 6:45 pm)

Most law profs I knew would not cut it in the real world.
The full timers taught only a few hours, then adjourned to their book lined office where their worshipful TAs hung on every word, while sitting on the office couch. Then later in the day they perhaps attended a wine and cheese reception with the Dean, or went out of town to conferences.
I much preferred the adjunct professors who taught an elective a night, as they had real world stories to tell, and usually were not so stuck on themselves either.

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spaghetti (Oct 10, 2017 - 12:58 am)

I had a professor who didn't know what a request for production was.

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propita (Oct 9, 2017 - 3:29 pm)

Sh!t!!! This is the job for me!!! I could actually teach them black letter law and how to pass the stupid Bar.

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mrlollipop (Oct 9, 2017 - 9:34 pm)

We need another Stephen Paddock to shoot these morons ass off!!

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jorgedeclaro (Oct 10, 2017 - 2:08 am)

So I checked on the first 20 names through scumbag Richard L Hasen. John Powell is the only person in the top 20 with anything remotely resembling a law career. He worked for 8-10 years as a public defender, in private practice and as a staff attorney for legal services. The vast majority are kindergarten to law professor. Even John Yoo, famous for the torture memos, only worked in office of legal counsel for real and was otherwise a professor. Most of these people don't even post CVs, probably because they don't have any work experience.

This is disgusting. Powell is the only person I can say definitively has had a longer law career than me, and I'm basically a newbie.

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fompliance2 (Oct 10, 2017 - 6:40 am)

Add these guys to the list of lawyers who make 500k +

Question- are these law profs the highest paid per hour lawyers in the game ?as a profession not one offs

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flyer14 (Oct 10, 2017 - 9:08 am)

Presumably among the highest - but even if they made half that, 250k, they're still a far cry from the grads who went through their Con Law class and now make $57k at a sh!tlaw mill.

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secondcareerlawyer (Oct 10, 2017 - 11:07 am)

Remind me again why do law profs go on paid sabbaticals in Tuscanny, Provence, and Rio de Janeiro so often? Yet so few go to study legal developments in countries that desperately need it like Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Serbia, Ukraine, and China?

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triplesix (Oct 10, 2017 - 11:40 am)

Those clowns are double fleecing the taxpayer. Cali idiots and the rest of us. Great gravy train. Makes all those 200k cops jelly, I bet.

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