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Andrew Walker


Andrew Walker is a former prosecutor with experience in the oil and gas industry and in international law. Mr. Walker earned his B.A. at Southwestern University where he majored in American Studies and minored in Religion. He earned his J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law. He holds an LL.M. in International Law from the University of Houston Law Center, and a Graduate Certificate in International Affairs from Texas A&M University.

At the University of Texas School of Law, Mr. Walker served as Editor-in-Chief of the Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy, as an intern at the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and as Research Assistant for a professor. As a law student, Mr. Walker also served in Mexico City as an intern in the Office of the Legal Advisor of the Mexican Secretariat of Foreign Affairs and as an intern in the Mexican Secretariat of Commerce and Industrial Development.

Mr. Walker served as a Briefing Attorney at the Texas Court of Appeals, Thirteenth District. He brings eight years of experience as a prosecutor, with service in the Galveston County District Attorney’s Office and as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern and Western Districts of Texas. Mr. Walker was employed for 18 months as an attorney-advisor by the U.S. State Department in Baghdad, Iraq, where he worked closely with the Baghdad bench and bar. In the oil and gas industry, Mr. Walker worked three years on complex land and title issues.

Mr. Walker has served as an officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve and as an elementary and middle school public school teacher. He has authored articles published in forums that include Baylor Law Review, West Virginia Law Review and The American University Journal of International Law. Mr. Walker’s practice includes business and commercial litigation. He is fluent in Spanish and is licensed in Texas and North Dakota.



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