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Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has been tapped by George Mason University to serve as a distinguished visiting professor.
Kavanaugh will co-teach a two-credit course for the Antonin Scalia Law School this summer called “Creation of the Constitution” with his former law clerk and professor Jennifer Mascott, a representative for the university said. The course will be taught in Runnymede, England, and run from July 22 to Aug 2.
The article goes on to state the following:
The Supreme Court’s term ends in June, and the justices will return for the start of its next term in October.
Many justices teach at universities during the summer break. Justice Anthony Kennedy, who retired last year, often traveled to Austria to teach for the McGeorge School of Law and in 2017, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg taught students from the South Texas College of Law Houston’s study abroad program in Malta.
Along with Kavanaugh, Justice Neil Gorsuch will teach two courses for the Antonin Scalia Law School in Italy this summer with his former clerk and professor Jamil Jaffer.
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