Legal scholar Ilya Shapiro announced on Thursday he has gotten his job back at Georgetown Law. Shapiro was put on leave in January by Georgetown University Law Center before he was set to begin there as its executive director and a senior lecturer, over comments he made about President Joe Biden’s nominee to succeed Stephen Breyer on the Supreme Court. Biden said he would fulfill his campaign pledge to nominate the first Black woman to the Supreme Court if there’s a vacancy. Shapiro tweeted on Jan. 26 that Sri Srinivasan, chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, would be the “best pick” for Biden. Biden ultimately picked Ketanji Brown Jackson, who got confirmed by the Senate, fulfilling Biden’s pledge.