Monday, March 15, 2010

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eric said...

I actually like teaching on Fridays: it's quiet around the law school, and, at least with elective classes, it tends to weed out the slacker students. I suppose this is just one more example of why I will never be considered a "serious person" within the ranks of legal academia. Oh well.

Jeffrey Harrison said...

I totally agree. Oddly, at my School it is hard to get scheduled for Friday.

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Maz said...

Jeff, please explain why it is hard for you to get scheduled for Friday classes. If it's because a fair amount of other professors are demanding Friday classes, then that would seem to be a hole in this blog's regular criticism of law professors (like your newest post, for example).

Jeffrey Harrison said...

I can assure you it is not because others want Friday. One walk around the Law school on a Friday would illustrate that. My theory, but I do not know, is that Friday is so unpopular with tenure track faculty that other activities including teaching by non tenure track faculty are scheduled for that day. Or, it may be that students do not like Friday so, in order to ensure good enrollments, classes are put at the beginning of the week. If you want to research the number of mainstream courses on Friday, you could have a look at the schedule of classes which is on line. Compare the beginning of the week with the end.