30 William Mitchell Law Review 57 (2003-2004)
[L]aw faculties are made up of diverse groups of people who contribute to the academic mission in a variety of ways. Given this, there is no reason to isolate one subset--those who teach in the clinic--and treat them differently when it comes to influence, power, autonomy, access to resources, security, or remuneration. In short, to give them a different “status” has become a historical anachronism.
Tarr, Nina W.
"In Support of a Unitary Tenure System for Law Faculty: An Essay,"
William Mitchell Law Review: Vol. 30:
1, Article 6.
Available at: https://open.mitchellhamline.edu/wmlr/vol30/iss1/6