J. Grant Walker, Attorney at Law
Areas of Practice:
Extensive experience in Estate Planning; Estate Tax Planning; Business contracting; Commercial transactions; Real estate; Real estate finance; Commercial leasing; Landlord/Tenant litigation; and Personal Injury.
Juris Doctor, Brigham Young University Law School. Graduated Cum Laude in April, 1981, Full Tuition Merit Scholarship. BYU Law Review Article Editor.
Bachelor of Arts in English, Brigham Young University. Graduated summa cum laude (GPA 3.96 on 4.0 scale) as Valedictorian of the College of Humanities.
Owner, J. Grant Walker, PLLC, (January 1, 2013 - Present)
Equity Shareholder, Jackson White, P.C., (Jan. 1996 – Dec. 2012)
Partner, Kempton, Jarvis, Decker, Jenkins & Walker, Mesa, Arizona, (1989 - 1995) Associate with Ryley, Carlock & Applewhite, Phoenix, Arizona, (1986 - 1989)
Associate, Wentworth & Lundin, Phoenix, Arizona, (1981 - 1986)
Founder and President of Families Helping Families, Inc., an Arizona non-profit corporation, dedicated to aiding families and individuals in the Third World. Leader of 16 week-long international service missions to Honduras and Mexico.
Co-founder of the BIT service-for-education business school movement.
Former Chairman of the Board of One Life At A Time – Esparanza, a 501(c)(3) charity that currently operates BIT business schools in Central America.
Married to Victoria Pier Walker, 11 children. Interests include church and community service, and international travel.