Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher partner Theodore Olson has dropped his membership with the American Bar Association because of the group’s letter supporting an FBI investigation of sexual misconduct claims against Brett Kavanaugh.

“I do not wish to be a member of an organization which purports to represent me, as a member of that organization, on such issues without my participation in formulating such positions or consent to being represented in this fashion,” Olson said in a statement to The National Law Journal on Tuesday.

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