In Memoriam: Walter J. Wadlington
Walter J. Wadlington III died peacefully on May 27. He was 88.
Mr. Wadlington attended Duke University and Tulane Law School before serving in the Army Judge Advocate General Corps. After a few years of practicing law, he received a Fulbright Fellowship to Edinburgh, Scotland, where he discovered a passion for teaching. He then taught at Tulane Law School for two years before moving to the University of Virginia, teaching for over forty years as the James Madison Professor of Law and later as Professor of Legal Medicine at the medical school.
A dedicated ALI member for over 40 years, Mr. Wadlington will be remembered for his long serving commitment to legal education and devotion to improving the law.
Read the full obit here.
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