Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh not to teach at Harvard next year

Arturo Kim
October 4, 2018

Hundreds of law professors from across the country have signed a letter to the United States Senate asking lawmakers to reject the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to service as a Supreme Court justice. The Harvard Crimson, The Ivy League's newspaper, broke the story shortly after an email sent to law students announced the decision late Monday evening.

Catherine Claypoole, associate dean and dean for academic and faculty affairs at the law school, told students the news in an email sent on Monday night.

Harvard Law School representatives did not immediately return a request for comment from CNN seeking a specific reason why Kavanaugh felt he could not commit to teaching the course.

According to The Wall Street Journal's Rebecca Ballhaus, Kavanaugh has taught at Harvard for the past decade, since 2008.

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"Judge Kavanaugh is not leadership material and he is not lectureship material". Bustle has reached out to both Harvard Law School and the White House. Kavanaugh has strongly rejected the allegations, giving fiery testimony during a Senate hearing last week.

Kavanaugh, a D.C. appellate court judge, became a household name over the summer when President Donald Trump nominated him in July to fill the seat vacated by Justice Anthony M. Kennedy. As The Crimson reported, students on the law campus have called for the university to suspend him from teaching pending a "full and fair investigation" into the sexual misconduct claims against him.

Currently, three identified women have come forward to accuse Kavanaugh of sexual assaults or mistreatment of women during his high school and college years.

Gerken also joined the American Bar Association (ABA) in calling for an investigation into Kavanaugh on Friday, September 28, according to a tweet.

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