G. T. L. Rev. wrote:Danteshek wrote:Honesty is the best policy. If you are getting the professor's help in the context of writing a Note for your journal, it is understood that the professor is working in an advisory capacity only. If the professor does a very good job advising you, and that professor does not have tenure, I would suggest sending an email to the appropriate faculty member so that your thoughts can be included in that professors tenure review file.
Well said--particularly the part about leaving positive feedback for the prof's tenure file. As students and clerkship applicants, we tend to ask, ask, ask, so it is nice to be able to give a little now and then when the opportunity arises.
How would I go about doing this?