Yale Law School is in turmoil over the U.S. Supreme Court nomination of alum Brett Kavanaugh, who frequently hires clerks from the New Haven, Connecticut, campus.

Forty-eight faculty members on Friday signed an open letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee urging it to delay a Kavanaugh confirmation vote to allow time for an investigation into Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation that the nominee attempted to rape her at a party when they were in high school.

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