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Harvard Says Kavanaugh Won’t Be Teaching His 2019 Supreme Court Class

Harvard Says Kavanaugh Won’t Be Teaching His 2019 Supreme Court Class

Last week, Harvard Law School dean John F. Manning informed students that, though he couldn’t say whether or not Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh would still be teaching his January class, The Supreme Court Since 2005, the school was still taking its students’ concerns seriously. But now the school has informed students that Kavanaugh’s course, which he’s been teaching since 2009, would not be offered this year.


The email, which was sent at 7:55 p.m. Eastern time Monday, reads: 

Today, Judge Kavanaugh indicated that he can no longer commit to teaching his course in January Term 2019, so the course will not be offered. 

Sent on behalf of the Law School’s Curriculum Committee.

Thus far, Harvard Law students haven’t received any other information about the cancellation, though one student noted that there is “tons of speculation right now.”

It’s unclear if the class will ever be offered again, though Kavanaugh’s faculty page now redirects to the general faculty directory. You can still find his original page on the Internet Archive.

Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court has been put on hold in the Senate while the FBI investigates claims of sexual misconduct from the 1980s.

HuffPost has reached out to Harvard for comment and will update this article if and when we hear back. 

Source HuffPost

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