Albany Law Offers Buyouts to Offset Lower Enrollment

, New York Law Journal

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Albany Law School and some of its professors are at odds over plans to reduce faculty size due to declining enrollment, giving rise to a broader question of whether the institution should lower its standards to save jobs.

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    As a longtime member of the Albany Law Faculty, a loyal donor, and an educator who has long worked on issues of reform of law schools, I attest that the remarks of the anonymous professor quoted in this article are false. The overwhelming majority of the faculty are deeply concerned about the mismanagement that is currently occurring at the school that has led to this unwelcome media attention.

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