Princeton University General Counsel Peter McDonough is stepping down at the end of the academic year. According to a release by the school’s office of communications, although he is leaving McDonough will be on sabbatical for a year and will make himself available to assist in the transition to his successor.

McDonough, who earned his bachelor’s and law degrees from Georgetown University, worked for major law firms in New York City and New Jersey before becoming a member of the university’s legal staff in 1990. He took the reins as general counsel in 2002.

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