The Stetson University law school says former Gov. Charlie Crist is going to be a guest lecturer there.
The law school announced Monday that he has been appointed a “distinguished professorial lecturer.” Besides lecturing in various classes, he will interact with students and deliver presentations on campus and at law school events, reports the Associated Press.
The school is based in Gulfport near Crist’s hometown of St. Petersburg.
Crist left office in January after being defeated in a bid for the U.S. Senate. Before he was governor, he was state attorney general and education commissioner, as well as a state senator. He is a lawyer in the high-profile Morgan & Morgan firm.