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Kavanaugh will teach a course on the origins of the U.S. Constitution in Runnymede, the site of the sealing of the Magna Carta in 1215, as part of the Antonin Scalia Law School’s study abroad program, according to GMU's newspaper Fourth Estate.
Kavanaugh’s effective hire data is June 25, 2019, for a three-year contract, according to Fourth Estate. "It is a rare opportunity for students to learn from a U.S. Supreme Court Justice, and we believe that contributes to making our law program uniquely valuable for our students," the school said, according to CNN.
Such summer teaching positions are not uncommon for justices on the high court. Justice Neil Gorsuch will also co-teach a class for the law school, according to CNN, this one in Italy and concerning the “historical roots and the modern application of the separation of powers in the national security context.”
In 2018, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg delivered a series of lectures to students in Loyola University School of Law’s summer program in Rome, according to the school.