Brett Kavanaugh has taught a two-week winter course at Harvard Law School since 2009, first on the separation of powers and then on the modern Supreme Court, a task for which he was paid more than $27,000 last year, according to his financial disclosure.

Harvard Law touted the presence of the latest nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court when President Donald Trump unveiled his pick in July, even supplying reams of glowing student reviews to The New York Times for an article that hailed his teaching and “great hair.”

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