Published July 10, 2012
Tags: law library, recreational reading, Walkover Collection
The Walkover Collection is named for a popular law school professor and associate dean Andrew Walkover who died of cancer in 1988. The collection was created by Professor Walkover’s family and friends, who decided that the best way to keep his spirit alive in the law school was to provide a selection of books that he would have liked and recommended to the law school community. Within this collection (found next to the recreational reading collection under the 2nd floor stairwell), you’ll find everything from the Letters of Cicero to Patrick O’Brian’s Aubery and Maturin series.