Clarence Thomas No Longer Listed As Faculty At Law School, Won’t Teach This Fall: Reports

Clarence Thomas No Longer Listed As Faculty At Law School, Won’t Teach This Fall: Reports


U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is no longer listed as faculty on George Washington University Law School’s  website and will reportedly not teach at the Washington, D.C. school in the upcoming semester.

It’s unclear if Thomas, who has taught at the school since 2011, will ever return to teach. The move comes after the Supreme Court voted to overturn the controversial Roe v. Wade decision and Democrats on the House January 6 committee have considered subpoenaing Thomas’ wife, Ginni Thomas, for post-election activities.

Thomas’s planned co-lecturer, Gregory Maggs, said in an email obtained by the GW Hatchet that Thomas would not be teaching this fall.

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“Unfortunately, I am writing with some sad news: Justice Thomas has informed me that he is unavailable to co-teach the seminar this fall.

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