William Wirt presumably did not want to relinquish his position as Attorney General, a post he filled during the Monroe and John Quincy Adams administrations, in order to join the faculty. John Tayloe Lomax—whose appointment so pleased Jefferson—became the founding Professor of Law at the University of Virginia. He designed a curriculum that incorporated the study of politics and government and allowed students to enter law practice after attending just one session.
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