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Comey to teach at Columbia Law School alongside professor who leaked Trump memo

Former FBI Director James Comey will teach a course starting this January at Columbia Law School in New York, where he will work alongside Daniel Richman, the professor who provided Comey’s private memos detailing his conversations with President Trump to the press in 2017.

Comey joined for its spring semester as a “leader-in-residence” for Columbia’s “Reuben Mark Initiative for Organizational Character and Leadership.” The former law enforcement official will serve as a senior research scholar and teach a seminar called “Lawyers and Leaders.”

“Comey’s experience represents a broadening of the Mark Initiative’s focus to include leadership of major public institutions, complementing existing offerings relating to corporations and law firms,” the school said in a press release.

The ex-FBI chief tweeted that he was “very excited to return to teaching at Columbia.” Comey briefly taught at the school in 2013 prior to his appointment as FBI director under the Obama administration.

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Former FBI Director James Comey to teach at Columbia Law School

Columbia Law School announced that former FBI Director James Comey will begin teaching at the school in January.



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“Comey’s experience represents a broadening of the Mark Initiative’s focus to include leadership of major public institutions, complementing existing offerings relating to corporations and law firms,” the school said in a statement. “In addition to his government work, Comey led the in-house legal teams at major corporations, including Lockheed Martin Corp. and Bridgewater Associates, and previously held a senior research appointment with Columbia Law School’s National Security Law Program.”

Comey took to Twitter on Tuesday to celebrate the announcement, saying he was very “excited to return to teach at Columbia in the new year.”

Comey will be a distinguished fellow of the Reuben Mark Initiative for Organizational

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Rapper IDK Will Teach a Music Business Crash Course at Harvard

At 28, Jason Aaron Mills, known professionally as IDK, has already seen a lot of what life can throw at a person. Before landing a major label deal, the rapper-producer was incarcerated and struggling to find a purpose. But music propelled him.

IDK — short for “Ignorantly Delivering Knowledge” — wants to ensure the next person in similar shoes doesn’t have to fight so hard. In an exclusive interview with Rolling Stone, IDK announced the launch of “No Label Academy,” a 10-day music business course curated for aspiring industry leaders who aren’t born with silver spoons in their mouths or record-executive relatives.

IDK’s team will pluck just-starting-out musicians, managers, publicists, A&Rs, and others from around the U.S. and invite them to gather at Harvard University’s Boston campus. The rapper and a number of celebrity guests will teach topics including financial literacy, contract negotiations, networking, social media strategy, and mental

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Comey to teach at Columbia Law School

Former FBI director James Comey will begin teaching at Columbia Law School next year.



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Comey to teach at Columbia Law School

The school announced on Tuesday that Comey will be a senior research scholar and part of the Reuben Mark Initiative for Organizational Character and Leadership beginning in January. He will also lead a seminar called “Lawyers and Leaders,” according to its website.

Comey will take on a role as one of two “Leaders-in-Residence” through the Mark Initiative’s Leader-in-Residence Program, which invites executives from government agencies, corporations and top law firms to teach classes at Columbia and share their professional experience with students through advising and engaging in other programing at the school.

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“Comey’s experience represents a broadening of the Mark Initiative’s focus to include

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How Chick-fil-A Helped Me Teach My Sons About Advocacy

I think a lot about how I can raise my kids to stand up for what’s right and demonstrate empathy for others. I take them to a fire station every December to donate unopened toys to Toys for Tots. For the 2017 Women’s March, my then three-year-old son and I attempted to take mass transit downtown, though the overcrowding of the trains scared both of us and we ended up doing our own two-person march on the Santa Monica Pier instead. This experience reinforced to me the complexity of building his social awareness and social conscience while also protecting his innocence and security. When the March for Science came around, we opted to help our friends make signs but skip the protest itself.

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