Lee Rawles and Stephanie Francis Ward wrote for the ABA Journal:

The article was signed by Jake Meiseles, a 3L student, and Molly Coleman, Vail Kohnert-Yount, and Sejal Singh, who are 2Ls. The four says they are members of the Pipeline Parity Project, which is described in its Twitter account as “Harvard Law students working with students, faculty, and alumni to end harassment and discrimination in the legal profession.” The Post reports that the group plans to distribute buttons that say “I Believe Christine Blasey Ford.”

Kohnert-Yount told the Huffington Post that with Kavanaugh as an instructor, she would not feel comfortable taking the class. She said that it puts students in a “very uncomfortable position and necessitates that vulnerable people self-select out of a learning opportunity.”

Read more at the ABA Journal.