Dean John Wade's death last year ends the career of a great scholar, teacher, and administrator. His many accomplishments and his impressive personal traits have been duly praised and chronicled. His legacy includes an impressive body of scholarly work, many former students trained in the ways of the law, and institutions that are better for his walking their hallways. This article focuses on one particular aspect of Dean Wade's contribution--his impact on the law of torts.
Gary Myers, Dean John Wade and the Law of Torts, 65 Miss. L.J. 29 (1995)