Criminal and Civil Litigation, State and Federal Courts
A Summa Cum Laude and Honors graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law, Roland Walker was admitted to the Maryland State Bar in 1952. He served on active duty until 1955 in the Judge Advocate Generals' Corps, U.S. Army, defending individuals before General Courts Martial. In private practice since 1955 handling State and Federal litigation, criminal and civil, he has extensive experience in both jury and non-jury cases. Serving with Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) as an attorney, Roland Walker counseled grass roots organizations and economically disadvantaged peoples' groups in housing and human rights. He has served as a lecturer at the University of Baltimore Law School, and has also served as Vice President of X-cell, Inc., a residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation center. Currently, he holds a membership in The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, The American Trial Lawyers Association, local bar associations and is admitted to the United States Supreme Court Bar.