James Walker focuses his law practice on business services, non-profit law, and appellate litigation.
James grew up in Warner Robins, Georgia. He attended the University of Georgia, where he graduated cum laude with honors and earned a B.A. in English, history, and linguistics. During his time at the University of Georgia, James was awarded the Zell Miller Award and was named to the Dean’s List. He also enjoyed his time there as a member of the Comics Creators Association and the UGA Ballroom Dance Group.
James graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Law, where he sought diverse opportunities to expand his legal education. He received a Law and Business Certificate and was a member of the Vanderbilt Intellectual Property Association, the Entertainment and Sports Law Society, and the American Constitution Society. Likewise, he sought clerkships in diverse areas of the law and gained substantive experience clerking for the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Public Defender’s Office of Augusta, Georgia, and Judge Barbara Holmes of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee. He was honored as a law student, being named to the Dean’s List and receiving the Chancellor’s Law Scholarship, which recognizes students who show commitment to diversity, leadership, strength of character, and academic achievement.
When James is not at work, he can be found swing dancing with his friends or spending time with his family.