Hacker News – Little’s Law: The “Harvard Law School” article Harvard Law School, which has just announced that it will be closing its doors for good, has a big news story about a law school that it had been trying to get in its news for years: Little’s law school.
In case you missed it, here’s a summary of the major highlights of the story, from the announcement:Little’s Law School has been operating since 1977, with over 500 students and over $50 million in annual tuition revenue.
The school’s current enrollment is about 7,000.
It has three campuses in the US, with the first two in Boston and Washington, DC.
The school’s first campus opened in 1974 and has been at the heart of some of the most notable law enforcement and law enforcement-related scandals of the last few decades.
Little’s has been the subject of numerous lawsuits, including the landmark case of Pepper Hamilton v.
Little, in which the Supreme Court ruled that a law enforcement officer had a constitutional right to arrest a black person for disorderly conduct and then release him in handcuffs without a warrant, which violated his Fourth Amendment rights.