Tucker Hall was the last academic building to be completed in the total restoration of the Colonnade. The building is home to the Romance Language, Classics, and Religion Departments. The new building
Originally a large stone gothic building that housed the first incarnation of the W&L Law School, Tucker Hall burned down during the first half of the 20th century and was rebuilt in the Greek Revival style of the Colonnade.
Tucker Hall is named for Henry St. George Tucker, a former acting president and instructor of law at W&L who was president of the American Bar Association and served nearly two decades in Congress.