Geoff Berman, who was ousted in June from his post as U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, has temporarily landed at Stanford Law School.

Berman will teach an elective course this fall called Prosecutorial Discretion and Ethical Duties in the Enforcement of Federal Criminal Law. He will also be a visiting fellow in the Stanford Rock Center for Corporate Governance, which is a joint initiative between the university’s law and business schools centered on corporate governance. It is a return of sorts for Berman, who graduated from the law school in 1984.

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