In the heat of the smear campaign against him during his confirmation hearings, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh lamented that he might never be able to teach again — but his fear has fortunately been proven wrong.
Kavanaugh will serve this summer as a distinguished visiting professor for George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School.
Kavanaugh’s course, “Creation of the Constitution,” will be co-taught with his former law clerk and professor Jennifer Mascott in Runnymede, England.
“It is a rare opportunity for students to learn from a U.S. Supreme Court Justice and we believe that contributes to making our law program uniquely valuable for our students,” the school said in a statement.
Prior to his confirmation, Kavanaugh taught a course at Harvard called “The Supreme Court Since 2005.”
However, after hundreds of students protested against Kavanaugh’s since-debunked sexual misconduct, Kavanaugh declined to commit to the spring 2019 term.
Read the full story here.