Cooper Walker

Mr. Walker is an experienced litigator who has spent his entire career devoted to defending the interests of corporate clients. Mr. Walker has experience handling an array of business disputes, and he has spent a significant portion of his practice defending debt buyers and debt collectors in federal and state courts. Mr. Walker is well-versed in all phases of litigation including pre-litigation, discovery, motion practice, hearings, mediation, trial, and appeal. Mr. Walker’s work notably includes multiple trial and dispositive motion victories as well as being the lead drafter in a precedential opinion submitted by the Third Circuit in Conboy, et al. v. United States Small Business Administration, et al., 992 F.3d 153, 163 (3d Cir. 2021)

While in law school, Mr. Walker was elected as the Executive Editor of what is now known as the Texas A&M Journal of Property Law. Before becoming the Journal’s Executive Editor, Mr. Walker was elected Top Staff Editor for the Fall of 2013. Mr. Walker was also elected by his entire class to be a member of the school’s inaugural Honor Council. At graduation, Mr. Walker was selected by his professors as one of only five graduates from the Class of 2015 to be inducted into the National Order of Scribes in recognition of his exceptional legal writing skills.

Courts of Admittance:

  • Texas, 2015
  • Third Circuit
  • Fifth U.S. Court of Appeals
  • Texas Eastern U.S. District Court
  • Texas Northern U.S. District Court
  • Texas Western U.S. District Court
  • Texas Southern U.S. District Court
  • Arkansas Eastern U.S. District Court
  • Arkansas Western U.S. District Court
  • Illinois Northern U.S. District Court
  • Michigan Eastern U.S. District Court
  • Oklahoma Western U.S. District Court
  • Northern District of Oklahoma
  • Central District of Illinois
  • Southern District of Illinois


  • Texas A&M University School of Law (J.D., 2015)
  • University of Dallas (B.A., 2012)