The dean of George Washington University Law School will step down at the end of the semester, after five years in the job.

University leaders announced this week that Blake Morant will take a yearlong sabbatical after vacating the dean’s office and will return to teaching afterward. Morant is an influential leader in legal education, having served as president of the Association of American Law Schools in 2015, while leading George Washington.

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