Adam J. Walker
Adam Walker is a graduate of Oxford High School (2008), Central Michigan University (B.S., Religion, 2012) and the University of Michigan Law School (J.D., 2015). While pursuing his law degree, Adam worked with a Michigan prosecutor’s office and an Illinois non‑profit focused on community organizing and governmental transparency. After obtaining his degree, Adam served as a judicial clerk for the Hon. Scott Hill-Kennedy and the Hon. Kim Booher in Big Rapids, Michigan. Adam joined Lusk Albertson in 2017.
Adam has represented clients in contested matters, including state and federal lawsuits, and in numerous administrative matters before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Michigan Department of Civil Rights. Adam regularly advises clients regarding their obligations under the Revised School Code and other applicable law. In addition to general school law, Adam’s practice is focused on labor and employment, First Amendment speech and religion issues, and discrimination law – including legal requirements related to service animals.
Adam has appeared as a speaker on various legal topics across the state, including employer responsibilities, recreational and medical marijuana and CBD, and disability-related issues. Adam has also been published as a writer in the State Bar’s Labor and Employment Lawnotes publication.
Adam, an Oxford native, now lives in Rockford with his wife, Mariah. He has a strong affinity for public service, which comes in no small part from two parents in law enforcement, a grandfather who fought fires, and a sister in public education. In his spare time, Adam enjoys cheering on the Michigan Wolverines and Detroit Red Wings – and, of course, the Grand Rapids Griffins.