Daniel Walker counsels and defends employers on a wide variety of employment issues. By taking a hands-on approach, he is highly proactive at piloting his clients’ interests and ensuring satisfactory and cost-effective solutions. Prior to practicing employment law, Daniel specialized in workers’ compensation defense and appellate law. He served as an Appellate Attorney for SAIF Corporation and was also a Special Assistant Attorney General to the Oregon Department of Justice. This unique background enables him to best tailor advice and provide creative solutions to address his clients’ concerns.
Daniel received his J.D., cum laude, from Lewis & Clark Law School, where he was a Research Assistant to Professor and Dean Emeritus Robert H. Klonoff. During law school, he served as an Articles Editor for the Lewis & Clark Law Review and placed first in the ABA Moot Court Negotiations Intraschool Competition. Daniel received his undergraduate degree in anthropology from Portland State University and he continues to cultivate his passion for archaeology through actively volunteering at the Fort Vancouver Archaeology Lab.
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