Professor Walker’s research and teaching focus on intersections between constitutional law, criminal law, and legal history. His articles have appeared or are forthcoming in the Columbia Law Review, the Washington University Law Review, theWisconsin Law Review, the Hastings Law Journal, and the Florida State University Law Review. He won the 2010 Law & Society Association Article Prize, the 2009 AALS Criminal Justice Section Junior Scholar Award, and was voted Teacher of the Year in 2011 and 2009. His book, The Ghost of Jim Crow: How Southern Moderates Used Brown v. Board of Education to Stall Civil Rights was published by the Oxford University Press in 2009.
Professor Anders Walker sat down with Stay Tuned, a program on Nine Network, to discuss gun control.
Professor Anders Walker was interviewed by the Columbia Daily Tribune about the lawsuit filed by a University of Missouri Law professor challenging MU’s campus gun ban
Professor Anders Walker was quoted in a Missouri Net article about a Missouri Supreme Court ruling on gun control
Professor Anders Walker talks to KMOX about the controversy behind Harper Lee's new sequel to "To Kill A Mockingbird"
Professor Anders Walker was interviewed by the St. Louis Post Dispatch about the gun rights advocate carrying an empty holster into the St. Louis Zoo on Saturday
Professor Anders Walker helps explain the current gun laws with St. Louis Public Radio after a judge blocked the attempt for a man to carry a handgun at the Saint Louis Zoo
Professor Anders Walker was quoted in the Belleville News Democrat about the circumstances in a Breese, IL hit-and-run that could sway the jury's decision.
Dean Mike Wolff and Professor Anders Walker were interviewed by Columbia Missourian about the two Missouri lawyers using the "Right to Farm" amendment to defend their clients against charges for growing marijuana
Saint Louis University President Dr. Fred P. Pestello awarded an endowed chair and three endowed professorships to SLU LAW professors during an investiture ceremony Thursday afternoon at Scott Hall.
Professor Anders Walker was on KSDK talking about the no-fly zone over Ferguson to keep away the media