“I am delighted that Douglas Emhoff will be joining our faculty.”
There sure are a lot of high ranking Democrats landing plum gigs at elite higher education institutions this year.
Campus Reform reports:
Kamala Harris’ husband lands teaching gig at Georgetown University
Georgetown University Law Center has announced Doug Emhoff, the husband of Sen. Kamala Harris, will teach an “Entertainment Law Disputes” course during the upcoming Spring 2021 semester.
Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor released a statement about Emhoff’s new course and said that students will “greatly benefit” from his experience.
“I am delighted that Douglas Emhoff will be joining our faculty. Doug is one of the nation’s leading intellectual property and business litigators, and he has a strong commitment to social justice. I know our students will greatly benefit from his experience and insight, and I am eagerly looking forward to his arrival,” Treanor said.
According to the statement, Emhoff will also serve as a Distinguished Fellow of Georgetown Law’s Institute for Technology Law and Policy, as part of a new entertainment and media law initiative that will include a speaker series and other projects.
Emhoff said in the statement that he was “excited to join the Georgetown community.”
“I’ve long wanted to teach and serve the next generation of young lawyers,” Emhoff said, according to the statement by Georgetown.
Currently, Emhoff is a “litigator and strategic advisor” for global law firm DLA Piper.