George Wythe is one of the most interesting, important, and least known of the founders. The second law professor in the English-speaking world (the first was William Blackstone), he taught the law to Thomas Jefferson, John Marshall, Henry Clay, and others. He also was one of the few Virginia leaders to free the people he owned, and he taught at least one Latin, Greek, and the Law before being poisoned, at the age of 80, by a jealous nephew. George Wythe, signer of the Declaration of Independence, deserves to be better known, and Wythepedia is where to begin. Join us in conversation with Steven Blaiklock and Linda Tesar from the Wolf Law Library at the College of William and Mary in a conversation about George Wythe, the law, and the Revolution in Virginia.