Now, Kavanaugh has announced he will not return to teach at Harvard Law School this coming winter term. Bustle has reached out to both Harvard Law School and the White House.
The announcement was made in an email from administrators to law students on Monday.
Osler told Melber that of all his fellow Yale Law alumnae who've gone on to work in important jobs in the private and public sectors, he'd never seen any act that way in public - and especially not in a setting "where it's most important to model civility". Kavanaugh has repeatedly denied all the allegations. In addition to impacting Kavanaugh's confirmation process, the allegations have also sparked demands from students. "HLS would be tarnished to have him on campus in any position of authority".
Kavanaugh's leave from the faculty isn't entirely a surprise to some.
PHOTO: Judge Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on September 27, 2018. The 53-year-old judge accused committee Democrats of ruining his teaching career, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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"My first emotion was to feel sad that it was different than what I knew", Kavanaugh's former classmate Mark Osler told MSNBC's Ari Melber on Wednesday.
Kavanaugh was scheduled to teach a three-week course called The Supreme Court Since 2005.
"We believe that Judge Kavanaugh's appointment as an HLS lecturer sends a message to law students, and in particular female students, that powerful men are above the law", it says. Jeff Flake, and gave the Federal Bureau of Investigation a week to investigate the sexual misconduct allegations.
Rebecca Zietlow did not sign the letter but she agrees with her fellow professors that Kavanaugh has displayed a lack of judicial temperament that renders him unqualified to serve on the court.