Jordan N. Walker
Jordan Walker concentrates his practice in drug and device product liability litigation. He has managed more than forty federal court cases and earned at least a partial acquittal or dismissal in ninety percent of litigated defense cases. He recently was a member of the trial team in Cavness v. Kowalczyk et al., Case No. DC-14-04220, District Court for the 95th Judicial District, Dallas County Texas, a product liability action involving pelvic mesh. This litigation was one of Law360’s 2015 Product Liability Trials to Watch, and the verdict was named as one of CVN’s Top 10 Defense Verdicts of 2015.
He served as Area Defense Counsel for the U.S. Air Force from 2011-2013 and secured convictions in every military case he prosecuted. He served as Chief of Military Justice at Joint Base Balad, Iraq in 2011 and Mountain Air Force Base in Indiana from 2009-2011. He was Chief of Magistrate Court/Claims/Adverse Actions at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland from 2007-2009.
Jordan obtained his J.D. from the University of Mississippi, cum laude, in 2007, where he was the 2006 Mississippi Moot Court Championship Winner and the 2005 First Year Appellate Advocacy Competition Winner. He also served on the Editorial Board for the Mississippi Review of First Impressions. He obtained a B.A. from the University of Mississippi in International Studies in 2004, where he was an elected delegate to the Model European Union Conference in Paris and a delegate to the Model United Nations Conference in New York. He is admitted to The Mississippi Bar, the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals and the Court of Appeals for Armed Forces.
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