Tuesday, March 18, 2008

With pug all things are possible

Any dog owner knows that this is a very serious disturbance in the canine Force:

Here in the world of MoneyLaw, what might be as implausible as a dog volunteering to be vacuumed? Here's a suggestion from my Saint Patrick's Day correspondence: The idea that law schools might actually fulfill their "fiduciary duty to their constituents (students and alums and the public)," as opposed to exploiting the legal academy's "monopoly position as an entry-point to the profession to preserve high [faculty] salaries."

I welcome other nominations in the commentary to this post. Remember: In pug we trust, for with pug all things are possible.

Hat tip: I thank Ann Bartow for bringing this pug video, and yet another, to my attention.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

But . . . but, Mr. Chen. I thought law schools existed for the faculty and that successful deans understood that.

3/20/2008 4:22 PM  
Blogger Jim Chen said...

That's why they enjoy so much more success and encounter so much less frustration than other deans!

What, if anything, a "servant of the faculty" achieves as dean on behalf of the law school's real constituents is left as an exercise for MoneyLaw's faithful readers.

3/20/2008 4:56 PM  

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