Judge Kavanaugh Will Not Return To Harvard

Judge Kavanaugh Will Not Return To Harvard

Judge Kavanaugh Will Not Return To Harvard

Harvard Law School has announced that U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will not return to teach in January. More than a few students said he was the most impressive law school professor they had encountered.

Harvard Law School reportedly informed students in an email that Kavanaugh's class will not be offered in January because he "indicated that he can no longer commit to teaching his course". Bustle has reached out to both Harvard Law School and the White House. "HLS would be tarnished to have him on campus in any position of authority".

"Unless a full and fair investigation is conducted, Harvard Law School can not allow Kavanaugh to continue teaching its students and the Senate can not confirm him to the Supreme Court", they added. Kavanaugh is a graduate of Yale College and Yale Law. Kavanaugh has repeatedly denied all the allegations.

Hundreds of Harvard Law alumni signed a letter urging the university to remove Kavanaugh as a lecturer at the school, though the letter had not been submitted to administrators by the time of Claypoole's email, local media reported.


Sitting Supreme Court Justices often teach courses affiliated with universities during the summer months.

Kavanaugh's nomination now languishes in limbo as the Senate waits for the results of the limited, one-week FBI investigation authorized last Friday. Kavanaugh's confirmation to the nation's highest court seemed all but certain until several women stepped forward over the past two weeks to allege he had sexually assaulted them or others decades ago.

Yale Law School Dean Heather Gerken issued a statement on September 24 that said 50 faculty members signed a letter calling on the Senate Judiciary Committee to conduct an investigation into allegations made against Kavanaugh.

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