In a recent Justia blog post, Illinois Law dean and professor Vikram David Amar reflected on the past year, and shared a few of his professional resolutions for 2018. He wrote:
"I find myself spending considerable time assessing the state of legal education in America, and also things that I as a dean should work harder on. Many objectives are relatively easy for all deans to identify—improving admissions metrics, bar passage rates, employment outcomes (all of which, luckily for me, have been moving in the right direction here at Illinois in the past few years notwithstanding the challenging national landscape). And, of course, almost all law deans would benefit from anything that generates more money for more faculty, student scholarships, academic programs, student services, etc."
He went on to share his top five goals for the coming year.
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