Pay cuts coming at the University of California's law schools

, The National Law Journal

Faculty members at law schools within the University of California system are taking pay cuts of between 4% and 10%, effective on Sept. 1, under a recently approved furlough plan. The University of California's Board of Regents, responding to the state's impending funding cuts, approved the cuts on July 16. The unprecedented emergency plan would require faculty and staff to take between 11 and 26 furlough days during the coming school year.

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