What do the law faculty at UCLA earn?

June 5, 2013 Above the Law has been investigating the compensation offered to law professors, taking a survey of a number of colleges across the country. Having looked at Texas and Michigan, they now turn their attention to UCLA School of Law.

The most recent available data is from 2011. In that year, the sum total of the listed salaries is $18,335,385. The average full-time salary is $226,362, a figure considered to be consistent with figures from other schools. Above the Law points out that in this case “full-time faculty” includes some non-tenured or non-tenure-track teachers whose salaries drag down the average.

The highest salary was paid to Dean Rachel Moran, who earned $427,825.01 in 2011. This figure is within the normal range for deans at top schools.

The ten highest-paid faculty members at UCLA Law are:
1. Rachel Moran (dean) – $427,825.01
2.
2. Seana Shiffrin – $369,024.00
3.
3. Kirk J. Stark – $358,346.61
4.
4. Steven A. Bank – $358,183.13
5.
5. Stephen M. Bainbridge – $356,619.39
6.
6. Jennifer L. Mnookin – $348,490.82
7.
7. Kal Raustiala – $344,069.04
8.
8. Sharon Dolovich – $336,199.01

9. Devon W. Carbado – $323,208.49

10. Mark Greenberg – $320,519.51

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