After Tuesday’s GOP takeover of state government, one question that may not have been asked much was this: What next for Tim Kaine?
Here’s what the governor will be doing: teaching, at least part of the time.
Yesterday at the University of Richmond, Kaine announced that he will be rejoining the UR faculty part-time to teach at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies and at the UR law school. Kaine will leave office in January.
Kaine taught law at UR, including professional responsibility, when he was a practicing lawyer in Richmond before his election as lieutenant governor in 2001. He’ll teach one course a semester, starting at the Jepson school in the spring and moving to the law school in the fall.