Journal of Legal Education
law professors, legal education, teaching, law students
A decade ago, Professor Douglas Whaley published an essay that offers comfort and advice to those commencing the metamorphosis from practitioners, judicial clerks, and students into professors of law. The purpose of this article is twofold: to offer a confirmation from the trenches of many of Professor Whaley's observations and to supplement his suggestions with some of my own.
Susan J. Becker, Advice for the New Law Professor: A View from the Trenches, 42 Journal of Legal Education 432 (1992)