A.B.A. Pretrial Practice & Discovery
law professors, teaching, litigation
The author discusses her transition from litigation practice to teaching law. She concludes that there are three discrete yet connected components of a law professor's job which closely parallel that of a litigator: teaching, administrative service, and scholarship.
Susan J. Becker, Making the Move from Law Practitioner to Law Professor, or How Not to Simplify Your Life, 7 A.B.A. Pretrial Practice & Discovery 4 (Fall 1996)