RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law Dean J. Rich Leonard is featured in the latest edition of Walter magazine for December/January 2013-14. As a part of the publication’s ‘Raleighites’ section, Leonard’s profile focuses primarily on his family lineage that served as the background behind his recently published historical novel for children, The House by the Creek.
“It’s an honor to be featured in Walter,” said Leonard. “As a lifelong fan of history, any opportunity that I get to discuss the Leonard family and our traces to the Revolutionary War is a personal delight for me.”
The piece, authored by Ann Brooke Raynal, is available online via the Walter magazine website in addition to local newsstands and retail outlets.
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