Harvard Law School is a website that is being described as a “joke” by the law firm’s parent company, a legal newsletter published by the Harvard Business Review, according to a report by The New York Times.
The website features a message on the top of the page that reads “a website for lawyers who have been sued” and a message in the upper left corner that says “I have been a lawyer for 20 years.”
The website, which was launched in October 2016, is called “Harvard Law” and features a page with links to the website and a list of lawyers who are currently suing the school, according the report.
The Harvard Law website is currently available for download, but the Times said that if the site is removed the page will remain.
The New Yorker reported that the site features a link to a Google Docs spreadsheet containing a list, with links, of all the lawsuits filed against the school.
The spreadsheet also lists names of the lawyers who filed the lawsuits, according an article published by Business Insider.
“The site features no substantive information about the case, but it’s a pretty good starting point,” Daniel Horowitz, a partner at New York-based law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, told The New Republic.
“It’s a joke, but I like it.”
The Harvard website also features a video featuring comedian Kathy Griffin, who was arrested and charged with making a “punch” during an event at the White House in December.
Griffin was taken into custody after she appeared on the White Houses live feed wearing a mask.
She was released from custody later that day.
The video included clips of Trump and his wife Melania Trump joking about being sued.
“She has never even heard of the lawsuit,” Trump said.
“They’re suing us.
She has never been sued.
She’s never had a lawsuit.
You know, this is a funny video.”
The Daily Caller reported that a tweet from the Harvard Law page said that the website was built by Harvard Law students, who did not specify the school as a source.
The Daily Beast reported that several people on the Harvard website were not affiliated with the firm, and that many of the people who posted on the page had never worked at the law school.