William B. L. Little, J.D., L.L.M.
Name: William B. L. Little, Esq.
Office Phone: (704) 406-2325
Office Location: Hamrick 205
Title: Assistant Professor of Business Administration
Coordinator, Wealth and Trust Management Program
Campus: Boiling Springs and Charlotte
- Georgetown University Law Center
- Campbell University School of Law
- North Carolina State University
Assistant Professor of Business – Gardner-Webb University
Wealth and Trust Management; Business Law; Investment and Portfolio Management
For more than 20 years, a practicing attorney: Practice areas include business and commercial law, securities law, civil litigation, insurance defense, contracts, ethics, and corporate representation.
Admitted to the North Carolina State Bar, the 10th Judicial District Bar, and to Federal Practice in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
Financial Consultant: representative firms included Merrill Lynch and Smith Barney.
Awards, Honors & Certifications:
Awarded for academic excellence for two successive years at the Campbell University School of Law.
Member of the Campbell Law Review.
4 AmJur Book Awards in Real Property I, Torts I, Torts II, and Federal Jurisdiction at the Campbell University School of Law.
Elected member of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Series 7 Securities Licensed Registered Representative
Elected councilman, Knightdale, NC
The advancement of students from the GWU’s Wealth and Trust Management master’s degree program into internships and permanent positions within the financial industry
Author of Fairness is in the Eyes of the Beholder, 60 Baylor L. Rev. 73 (2008) (an analytical overview of securities arbitration of pre-dispute arbitration agreements).
Author of It is Much Easier to Find Fault With Others Than to be Faultless Ourselves: Contributory Negligence as a Bar to a Claim for Breach of the Implied Warranty of Merchantability, 30 Campbell L. Rev. 81 (2007) (an overview of contributory negligence).
Author of Dickens v. Puryear and Progeny: An Overview of Recent North Carolina Case Law Concerning the Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, 14 Campbell L. Rev. 187 (1992) (an overview of intentional infliction of emotional distress).