Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales says his new position as a visiting professor at Texas Tech University came about after he gave a speech recently at a banquet at Texas Tech University School of Law.

Gonzales says he started talking with Texas Tech chancellor Kent Hance, a former Texas congressman who also is an attorney, and Hance offered him a job. Gonzales starts Aug. 1.

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