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The practice of law has taken Brian K. Walker far and wide. It initially took him to east Texas right after law school, where he spent a couple of years as an Assistant District Attorney in Harrison County, to handling complex litigation cases throughout DFW today, to currently serving as a reservist in the United States Air Force Judge Advocate General’s Corps, to winning countless veterans hundreds of thousands of dollars in various legal claims throughout the U.S., to the federal district of Hawaii, where Brian was hired and defended one of three army soldiers prosecuted by the Department of Justice in what the head of the DOJ fraud section called “the biggest military fraud case in the history of the Afghanistan war.”

Brian Walker graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas State University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science, and received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Houston in 2003. While attending law school at U of H, Brian clerked for famed criminal defense attorney Richard ‘Racehorse’ Haynes. Prior to attending law school, Brian worked as an intern on the first Bush/Cheney presidential campaign, an Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms of the Texas Senate, a Legislative Assistant to a state house member, and a Messenger for the Texas Senate.

Brian Walker spent four years as an adjunct government professor at Panola College and was the 2008 Republican nominee for a House of Representatives seat in East Texas. He lost his bid for State Representative by 114 votes out of 58,000 cast. Brian is the past Chairman of the Tarrant County Bar Association Veterans Committee and a founding member of the TLTV pro bono program, which holds monthly pro bono legal clinics for veterans in Fort Worth, along with placing indigent veterans with pro bono attorneys on an as-needed basis.

Today Brian Walker’s law practice focuses primarily on military and veterans law, civil litigation, and state and federal criminal defense. Brian is also a frequent lecturer and author on various legal topics. Brian is asked several times a year throughout Texas to teach continuing legal education courses for attorneys on the nuances of military and veterans law and has been published in several legal periodicals and journals on topics pertaining to service members and veterans.


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Practice areas


  1. Military Law: 40%
    9 years, 500 cases
  2. Criminal Defense: 40%
    11 years, 2 thousand cases
  3. Commercial: 20%
    9 years, 100 cases



Hourly ($200-400/hour), Fixed (sometimes)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

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Contact info

Walker Law Firm

222 W Exchange Ave
Fort Worth, TX, 76164-8142


TXEligible To Practice In Texas 200410/19/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
"Forty Under Forty"Fort Worth Business Press2013
Leadership AwardTexas Lawyers for Texas Veterans- Tarrant County Bar Chapter2012
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
JAGUnited States Air Force Reserves2010 - Present
AttorneyWalker Law Firm2005 - Present
Assistant District AttorneyHarrison County District Attorney2004 - 2005
Association namePosition nameDuration
American Bar Association Criminal Justice SectionMember2013 - Present
American Bar AssociationMember2012 - Present
Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans- Tarrant County Bar ChapterPast Chairman2011 - 2012
Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans- Tarrant County Bar ChapterMember2010 - Present
State Bar of Texas, Military Law SectionMember2009 - Present
Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers AssociationMember2009 - Present
College of the State Bar of TexasMember2007 - Present
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers AssociationMember2005 - Present
State Bar of TexasMember2004 - Present
Texas District and County Attorneys AssociationMember2004 - 2006
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
VA Case$240,000
VA Case$117,000
VA Case$80,000
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Publication nameTitleDate
Texas Bar JournalServing Those Who've Served: Representing Veterans at the VA2010
Texas Young Lawyers Association Legal GuidesResources for Veterans Seeking Help2010
Texas Young Lawyers Association Legal GuidesResources for Lawyers Assisting Veterans2010
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of HoustonDoctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)N/A2003
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
What Your Clients Need You to Know About Health Law - Dallas, TexasVeterans Options for Benefits2014
Military and Veterans Disability in a Nutshell- Webcast, State Bar of Texas Headquarters, Austin, TexasMilitary and Veterans Disability in a Nutshell2014
2013 Veterans and the Law SeminarVeterans Benefits Law2013
Basics of Veterans Benefits Law, Part TwoHow to Decide Whether to Take a VA Case2012
2012 Veterans and the Law SeminarBasics of VA Law2012
Representing Service Members and Veterans Benefits LawVeterans Benefits Law2011
Representing Service Members and Veterans Benefits LawService Member's Civil Relief Act2011
Legal Issues Affecting Veterans, Retirees, Active Duty, and their Family MembersHandling VA Cases2011
The Basics of Veterans Benefits LawVA Benefits in General2010