March 14, 2008
Law, Business, and Engineering Professors Are Found to Be Highest-Paid
The average salary of college faculty members rose 4 percent this year, according to a survey by the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources.
Law professors had, for the most part, the highest average pay, no matter what their status or where they worked. Full professors of law earned an average of $129,527 in 2007-8; associate professors earned $94,444, on average. Assistant professors of law earned an average of $79,684, a figure that was topped only by