[Ed. – If they ever get to try a case before the high court, they should consider themselves lucky that Justice Kavanaugh is not vindictive.]
Droves of law students walked out of class in New York on Wednesday, one day after Justice Brett Kavanaugh heard his first cases on the Supreme Court, to protest his confirmation.
“There’s a lot of rage now all across the political spectrum,” Justine Medina, a Brooklyn Law School student who helped organized the demonstration, told The Washington Post.
Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court last week prompted public outrage in the wake of multiple allegations of sexual assault brought against him and his combative testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee in rejecting the accusations.
His embattled nomination sparked protests from thousands of law professors and students nationwide. After his testimony before the Senate, nearly one-thousand female faculty members at law schools around the country signed onto a letter opposing his nomination to the Supreme Court, arguing the judge lacked “the requisite judicial temperament” to sit on the nation’s highest court.