UNM’s School of Law is indefinitely postponing a lecture by Kenneth Starr.
According to The Albuquerque Journal, both the university and Starr agreed the timing was not ideal.
The law school’s assistant dean tells the Journal, they were sensitive to what was going on nationally and wanted to choose a better time, citing Starr’s connection to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Kavanaugh had worked on Starr’s investigation into former president Bill Clinton.
UNM accountant Eric Vogler also raised an issue with his visit citing a review that found Starr mishandled cases of sex assault at Baylor in 2016.
No new date for the lecture has been set yet.