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20 Hours of work per week. It doesn't apply during the summer break, and I hadn't though to wonder about the winter break till now, but I can't imagine anyone making a stink about it, since you shouldn't have anything to study during that time anyway.
http://www.utexas.edu/law/academics/curriculum/emerging.htmlI guess UT does publicize a little bit about what they do for people hoping to get into Academics. It isn't only for UT grads, though, and is made open to all law school graduates of any age and experience. They list the pay as $60K for basically a pre-professorship position.
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