Attorney Steven Walker grew up in the mountains of western North Carolina, surrounded by farm land and people that meant what they said when they said it. He knows the value of hard work, taking his first job picking cucumbers by day and packing cucumbers by night. Following his graduation from North Henderson High School, he enrolled at Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in History.
In 2002, Steven graduated with honors (cum laude) from Clemson University with a B.A. in History. He then moved to Johnston County to enroll at Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law in Buies Creek. Steven graduated from law school in 2005 with highest honors (summa cum laude) and served as Editor-in-Chief of the Campbell Law Review. During law school, he gained valuable experience working with the firm of Beaver, Holt, Sternlicht, and Courie in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Following graduation from law school, Steven served in the chambers of Justice Edward Thomas Brady of the Supreme Court of North Carolina. He assisted Justice Brady in the decision of over 800 matters at the Supreme Court, ranging from small civil cases all the way to first-degree murder cases in which the death penalty was imposed.
When Justice Brady retired from the Court at the end of 2010, Steven left the Court as well and opened the Walker Law Firm, PLLC in Selma, North Carolina.
Faith and family is very important to Steven. He is a committed Christian husband and father. He has been married to his wife Martha since 1998 and has four children, Caleb, Lillianna, Cody, and Jonas. He has served as the bivocational pastor of Parrish Memorial Baptist Church since early 2008.
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