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Thomas Jefferson

Early Career

Who was George Wythe?

George Wythe was a prominent attorney from Virginia who also served as mayor of the city of Williamsburg, signed the Declaration of Independence and served as a member of the Continental Congress. Wythe was an older attorney who served as a mentor of sorts for Thomas Jefferson, who read law under him for several years. Wythe later became the country’s first law professor at William & Mary.



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