Dawn Johnsen is making a tentative return to the classroom after seven months of waiting for the Senate to confirm her to one of the most politically sensitive posts in the Justice Department.

Johnsen, nominated in January to head the Office of Legal Counsel, will teach a seminar this fall at Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law. She will commute weekly from Washington, D.C., to Bloomington, Ind., while she continues to wait for confirmation, said Debbie O’Leary, a spokeswoman for the law school.

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