Georgetown University Law Center announced Thursday morning that Solicitor General Paul Clement will join its faculty as a visiting professor for the fall. But in an interview, Clement told Legal Times the position is not a sign that he is heading for academia for good.

“It’s full time, but temporary — a full-time job until I get the next full-time job,” he said. “I’m pulling a Seth.” That’s a reference to Seth Waxman who went from the SG’s office to Georgetown as a visiting professor before joining the firm Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr in July 2001.

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