Pierce Walker

Pierce Walker

Canton, Ohio

Pierce is a law clerk and a Certified Legal Intern of the Ohio Supreme Court.

After graduating from the University of Utah in 2014 with his Bachelor of Arts degrees in History and the Classics with Honors, Pierce attended the University of Akron Law School and graduated in 2017. While at Akron, Pierce was a member of the Akron Mock Trial Team, where he was a semi-finalist at the Florida National Trial Advocacy Tournament in 2015, participated in the Georgetown 2015 National White Collar Crime Invitational, was a semi-finalist in the 2016 National Trial Competition Tournament, and was a finalist in the 2016 Lanskroner Closing Argument Competition.

Pierce served an LDS mission in Tokyo, Japan, becoming fluent in Japanese and using his language as the research assistant to Former Dean Matthew Wilson of the University of Akron Law School, researching Japanese law and elections. Pierce also speaks French fluently and has coached boys and girls high school lacrosse for the past ten years.

Pierce is passionate about civil litigation, especially constitutional law issues and civil rights. Pierce fights zealously for his clients and fervently believes in hard work and commitment to the law.