by Bill Pan
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will not be teaching this fall at George Washington University’s law school.
According to the university, Thomas was going to teach constitutional law seminar aimed at helping students get “a more complete story” of famous Supreme Court cases by exploring “additional facts” about the social and political context surrounding the court’s decisions. The course has been co-taught since 2011 with Greg Maggs, a professor who clerked for Thomas and retired Justice Anthony Kennedy.
In a message obtained by student newspaper The GW Hatchet, Maggs reportedly told the class that Thomas would be “unavailable” to teach in the upcoming fall semester…