J. Derek Little

Associate

J. Derek Little

1024 453 Karr Tuttle Campbell

Derek Little joined Karr Tuttle Campbell as an associate in 2008. He focuses his practice on commercial litigation and labor and employment matters. Mr. Little is a member of the Washington State and King County Bar Associations.

Derek Little joined Karr Tuttle Campbell as an associate in 2008. He focuses his practice on commercial litigation and labor and employment matters. Mr. Little is a member of the Washington State and King County Bar Associations.

Mr. Little received his law degree from the University of Chicago School of Law, where he was selected as a Centennial Cornerstone Scholar. Prior to law school, he earned his Master of Arts degree in English from the University of Washington and was awarded a teaching assistantship. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Reed College, where he received commendations each year for Excellence in Scholarship. During law school Mr. Little worked as an intern for the Irwin Askow Housing Initiative at the Mandel Legal Aid Clinic, where he assisted with numerous housing transactions, including the Cabrini Green low income housing tax credit redevelopment project. Prior to law school Mr. Little worked as a journalist and in the green building industry in New Mexico.

  • Corporate law
  • Labor and employment
  • B.A., Reed College, Phi Beta Kappa, 1997
  • M.A., University of Washington, 2000
  • J.D., University of Chicago, 2008
  • Washington State Bar, 2008
  • Washington State Bar Association
  • King County Bar Association

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