Yale Law Professor Says Reports That She Groomed Potential Kavanaugh Clerks Are ‘100% False’

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YALE LAW PROFESSOR SAYS REPORTS THAT SHE GROOMED POTENTIAL KAVANAUGH CLERKS ARE ‘100% FALSE’

The reports seemed to suggest that Kavanaugh chose his female law clerks based on their physical appearances.

A top Yale professor is strongly denying allegations that she advised her students seeking judicial clerkships with Judge Brett Kavanaugh that they needed to look a certain way, calling the reports “100% false.”

Amy Chua was alleged to have told her students that it was “not an accident” that Kavanaugh’s female clerks “looked like models,” according to multiple reports by The Guardian, Huffington Post and Above the Law.




The reports seemed to suggest that Kavanaugh, whose nomination to the Supreme Court has been halted by sexual assault allegations from high school, chose his female law clerks based on their physical appearances.

“Everything that is being said about the advice I give to students applying to Brett Kavanaugh — or any judge — is outrageous, 100% false, and the exact opposite of everything I have stood for and said for the last fifteen years,” Chua said in a statement she posted Saturday on Twitter.

 

 

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