Margaret Ann B. Walker
Visiting Assistant Professor, Academic Success Program
Courses Taught Appellate Advocacy Academic Skills
Profile

Professor Margaret Ann Walker is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Law School’s Academic Success Program. Her teaching focuses on mentoring first-year students in their transition to law school by providing classes which introduce and develop skills unique to legal education. Professor Walker also has extensive professional experience in appellate advocacy, and has taught a skills-based legal writing course in appellate advocacy as part of the Law School’s second-year law skills program. 

Bar Admissions
Virginia
United States Supreme Court
Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, United States District Court Eastern and Western Districts
Professional Experience
Visiting Assistant Professor for Academic Success Program (2006-present)
University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond, Va.
Adjunct Professor of Law, Law Skills IV, Appellate Advocacy (1996-present)
University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond, Va.
Visiting Assistant Professor/Acting Director for Academic Success (2004-05)
University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond, Va.
Adjunct Professor of Law, Law Skills I & II, 1L Program (2003-04)
University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond, Va.
Assistant Attorney General (1991-97)
Office of the Virginia Attorney General, Criminal Division/Criminal Litigation Section
Judicial Clerk (1989-91)
Justice Charles S. Russell, Supreme Court  of Virginia

Education
B.A., University of Virginia 1985
J.D., University of Richmond School of Law 1989
Contact Information
(804) 287-1813
(804) 289-8992 (Fax)
Areas of Expertise
Appellate Advocacy
Legal Writing