Mr. Walters is an associate in the firm’s Litigation group. His experience includes research and evaluation of legal issues, factual development and drafting of pleadings and briefs.
He has participated in cases involving commercial disputes, banking and premises liability.
Before joining Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie, Mr. Walters served as a law clerk to U.S. District Judge James O. Browning of the District of New Mexico.
- Comment, "Worth the Toll? The Dormant Commerce Clause's Effect on Statutory Tolling Based on a Defendant's Absence from the State in Texas and Other States," 62 Baylor L. Rev. 628 (2010),
- Comment, "Raise It or Waive It? Addressing the Federal and State Split in Authority on Whether a Conviction Under an Unconstitutional Statute Is a Jurisdictional Defect," 62 Baylor L. Rev. 909 (2010),
- Author, "Provoking Preemption: Why State Laws Protecting the Right to a Union Secret Ballot Election Are Preempted by the NLRA," 52 Santa Clara L. Rev. (2012),