BENNETT, WALTER, 1943-

Biography;

Attorney; judge, law professor, writer.  Born–Tuscaloosa, 1943.  Married– Betsy M. Bennett. Education– Washington and Lee, B.A., 1965; University of North Carolina, M.A.,; University of Virginia Law School, J.D.  Worked at the Tuscaloosa News in the 1970′s; practiced law and served as a district court judge in Charlotte, N.C.; joined the UNC Law School faculty in 1986; headed the Intergenerational Legal Ethics Program at UNC.  Author of short stories and essays.  Awarded the Pushcart Prize in 2015. Finalist for Bellwether Prize. Awarded the LLM by the University of Virginia.

Sources:

Walter Bennett Website; Washington and Lee Website.

Publications;

The Lawyer’s Myth:  Reviving Ideals in the Legal Profession.  University of Chicago Press, 2001.

Leaving Tuscaloosa. Fuze Publishing, 2012.