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Law Professor

Odds of Hanging On

It takes years before you get tenure, but when you get it, get ready for a wedding ceremony, because it's 'til retirement do you part. Tenure is job security at its finest hour. It's no wonder that you see tenured professors developing angry old man symptoms like ranting about Reganomics in chemistry class, or why the vending machine should be tarred and feathered for giving you lemon lime instead of orange orangutan.

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