Adam J. Walker
Adam Walker graduated from Oxford High School (2008), Central Michigan University (B.S., Religion, 2012), and the University of Michigan Law School (J.D., 2015). During his time at Michigan Law, Adam interned for the Lapeer County Prosecutor's Office and for the Citizen Advocacy Center in Elmhurst, Illinois, where he was involved with local community organizations and government.
After graduation, Adam attained his license to practice law in Michigan. He served two years as a judicial law clerk for the Hon. Scott Hill-Kennedy and the Hon. Kimberly L. Booher at the Forty-Ninth Circuit Court of Michigan in Big Rapids. Adam is looking forward to providing practical and effective counsel to school districts and administrators.
Adam has a strong affinity for public service, which comes in no small part from two parents in law enforcement, a grandfather in firefighting, and a sister in public education. He is also involved with the leadership at his parish. Adam lives in Rockford with his wife, Mariah. In his spare time, Adam enjoys cheering on the Michigan Wolverines and Detroit Red Wings - and, of course, the Grand Rapids Griffins.