Outrage against Yale Law for punishing famed author/professor who backed Kavanaugh for SCOTUS

(JUST THE NEWS) – A Yale Law School professor who supported Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court is fighting back against allegations that she held “dinner parties” with students amid COVID-19 restrictions.

Amy Chua, known nationally for her best-selling “Tiger Mother” memoir about aggressive Chinese-American parenting, denied the claims and accused the administration of “selectively leaking personnel files” in violation of Yale Law rules and “quite possibly” the law as well.

The Yale Daily News published a report Tuesday night that in response to the allegations Yale Law had stripped Chua of leading a “small group” of around 15 first-year students next year.

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