Paul L. Caron

Monday, March 9, 2020

After Elizabeth Warren Ends Her Presidential Bid, Harvard Law Students Create Post-it Note Tribute To Their Former Professor

Warren PostIt

Boston Globe, After Warren Ends Presidential Bid, Harvard Law Students Create Post-it Note Tribute to Former Professor:

Before Elizabeth Warren entered politics, she spent nearly two decades as a professor at Harvard Law School, imparting her extensive knowledge of bankruptcy and commercial law to hundreds of young legal minds.

And on Thursday, after she announced her withdrawal from the race to become the Democratic nominee for president, students at the Ivy League school expressed their gratitude for the Massachusetts senator’s bid by writing encouraging messages on Post-it notes and putting them around a portrait of her that hangs in a campus building.

Some of the messages read: “Voting for you was the easiest vote I ever cast! Thank you for inspiring me!” and “You inspired me to come to HLS. Thank you," and “Don’t give up. We are with you!”

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Umm. They do realize she wouldn’t have been hired if she hadn’t lied about being Native American?

Harvard Law isn’t in the habit of hiring Rutgers Law grads, absent special circumstances.

Go ahead, find a current white faculty member who graduated from a TTT law school and report back. I’ll wait.

Posted by: Anon | Mar 9, 2020 11:02:42 AM