- RT @trbruce: Considerable agreement, but no empirical evidence, around the idea that law students are very often young fogies. Agreed. #lv… 08:00:41, 2013-09-26
- RT @trbruce: Lots of interesting stuff going on here: http://t.co/ixpqIdzlkZ . #LVI2013 08:04:58, 2013-09-26
- With #lvi2013 and #drupalcon going on at same time in Europe reading overnight tweets is taking a lot longer this morning. 08:10:39, 2013-09-26
- RT @lawlib: The Law School Deans Database http://t.co/fK3zXgRln6 13:19:18, 2013-09-26
- Hey! @dnagy01 is all giddy because his fail2ban setup is actively banning the attacking bots on Classcaster. 17:38:37, 2013-09-26
This site provides information about law school deans. Ever wondered who is the longest serving dean? Which current dean has held the most deanships? How many deans were former law professors or judges? What schools a dean attended? Who were the former deans at a particular law school?
The RDD is designed to answer these questions and to provide information to those who take an interest in law school deanships. This database may be used by dean search committees, university officials, or members of the public and is available without charge.
Rosenblatt’s Deans Database (RDD) a new and interesting resource for those interested in keeping up with the world of Law School Deans. It aims to provide profiles of current deans as well as historical data for each law school. Data is provided by the law schools. I hope it stays up to date since it is kind of handy to have all that data in one place.