Seattle University School of Law
J.D. 2013, Magna Cum Laude with focus on Intellectual Property Law
B.S. 2005, Mechanical Engineering
Admitted to practice law in the State of Washington
Registered USPTO Patent Attorney
Walker’s practice focuses on intellectual property in Seattle. This includes preparing and prosecuting patent applications, as well as writing patentability and infringement opinions in the areas of mechanical, manufacturing, automation, and aerospace engineering. Additionally, Walker frequently works trademark, copyright, and contract cases. Walker is highly experienced in IP and patent legal practice.
Prior to becoming a Seattle patent lawyer and founding Alloy Patent Law, Walker spent ten years as an Engineer with Electroimpact, a Washington engineering firm specializing in aircraft assembly automation. In his role with Electroimpact, Walker designed and built a wide variety of aircraft assembly machines, and machine components including machine major structure, machine axes, and process tools. Walker has developed assembly machines, tools, and processes for aircraft including the 737, 767, 777, 787, F/A 18 Super Hornet, A350, A400M, and multiple orbital satellites.
Walker attended Seattle University School of Law while working full-time as an engineer. Despite the demands of his engineering career, Walker graduated among the top 5% of 2013 graduates, received top honors in multiple law courses, as well as significant other academic distinctions.
This extensive engineering background coupled with his excellent legal credentials is why Walker is a top Seattle patent attorney for inventors.
CALI Award for Top Grade in Contracts, Seattle University School of Law
CALI Award for Top Grade in Advanced Copyright Law, Seattle University School of Law
CALI Award for Top Grade in Individual Income Tax, Seattle University School of Law