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Alex C. Walker
Albuquerque NM 87102
Alex Walker has an active civil litigation practice representing business clients in complex cases in both state and federal courts. He has substantial experience in defending personal injury and products liability cases, and regularly defends companies in litigation over medical device failures, prescription drug injuries, and other bodily injury and death claims. In addition, Alex frequently represents businesses in other litigation matters, including class actions, employment cases, and commercial disputes. His experience includes a wide variety of jury and non-jury trials, administrative proceedings, arbitrations, mediations, and appeals.Alex currently serves as the Chair of the firm's Litigation Department. He is also serving a second term as an elected member of the firm's Executive Committee. Recognized as Future Litigation Star in New Mexico since 2012 by Benchmark Litigation, Alex has also received recognition from Best Lawyers in America and Southwest Super Lawyers. He has achieved an AV rating, the highest rating possible, from Martindale-Hubbell based on a peer review.The corporate clients with which Alex has worked in the past 18 years are some of the world's largest and most recognizable business enterprises. His counsel includes helping those companies navigate the unique challenges involved in complex litigation. Alex is committed to ensuring that his clients receive legal services on par with any "white-shoe law firm, but at a fraction of the cost.Originally from Kansas, Alex graduated cum laude from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. After working as a counselor at a residential treatment center, a call center representative, and a day laborer, Alex returned to the classroom, obtaining his J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law. He is admitted to practice in New Mexico and Texas.
USLAW Practice Group Affiliations
- Complex Tort and Product Liability: Primary