George Mason students demand school rescind Justice Kavanaugh’s teaching invitation
Mason for Survivors, a student-led advocacy group at George Mason University, has demanded that the university’s law school rescind its invitation to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to teach at the school.
The group has been actively petitioning the school to rescind Kavanaugh’s invitation to co-teach a summer course on the origins and creation of the U.S. Constitution in Runnymede, England, the location of the sealing of the Magna Carta. Along with voiding Kavanaugh’s contract, the group demanded an apology from the school. Elijah Nichols, the media co-lead for the group, told Newsweek it “fully” believes its demands will be met.