Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s class at Harvard Law School has been canceled, according to an email sent to students Monday evening. “Today, Judge Kavanaugh indicated that he can no longer commit to teaching his course in January Term 2019, so the course will not be offered,” associate dean and dean for academic and faculty affairs Catherine Claypoole wrote in the email, which she sent on behalf of the law school’s curriculum committee. According to The Hill, Kavanaugh was slated to teach a course called “The Supreme Court since 2005.” The Harvard Crimson reports that the law school’s dean and its spokespeople have refused to comment on Kavanaugh’s employment in the past, citing a need to keep “personnel matters” confidential. Before the official announcement, some students wrote in The Harvard Law Record that the school could not “allow Kavanaugh to continue teaching” before a “a full and fair investigation” into the sexual-misconduct allegations against him was conducted. The allegations are currently being reviewed by the FBI in a week-long investigation before the Senate votes on his Supreme Court nomination.