From lawyer to law school. Former U.S Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez will join the faculty at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., next year. He'll be teaching courses on constitutional as well as national security law, according to NewsChannel5.com.
"[...] I'm looking forward to working with my colleagues as we undertake this tremendous challenge at the law school. I'm really looking forward to this opportunity," Gonzalez said.
Appointed by President George W. Bush in 2003, Gonzalez was the first Hispanic Attorney General. He resigned in 2007 "following growing criticism from lawmakers over his role in the N.S.A. wiretapping program and in the dismissals of nine United States attorneys," according to the New York Times.
h/t Above the Law