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Robert Mueller Will Share Lessons From Special Counsel Investigation During UVA Law Course

University of Virginia School of Law: “Robert S. Mueller III ’73 will participate in a University of Virginia School of Law course taking students inside the investigation that dominated headlines during the Trump administration. Taught by Aaron Zebley ’96 and two other former senior members of Mueller’s team, the course will offer an inside look at the role of special counsel. Launched in 2017 and culminating with the Mueller report in 2019, the investigation looked into possible Russian interference with the 2016 presidential campaign and whether associates of the president were involved. Mueller, who served as FBI director from 2001 to 2013, led the investigation as special counsel, while Zebley served as deputy special counsel. Jim Quarles, who was senior counsel to Mueller, and Andrew Goldstein, who was senior assistant special counsel, will teach the course alongside Zebley. Mueller will lead at least one class. The short course, The Mueller Report and the Role of the Special Counsel, is sponsored by the school’s Karsh Center for Law and Democracy and will be offered in person through six sessions during the fall semester. Mueller said he hopes to bring in other top prosecutors involved in the investigation as guest speakers as well. Mueller and Zebley will be participating as Karsh Center Distinguished Fellows…”

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