Walker Pritchard was born into legal advocacy. The son of two attorneys, his first experience with the justice system was as a child when his father would bring him to work at the bustling criminal courthouse in Memphis, Tennessee. Walker always knew he wanted to be an attorney and tailored his education as such. He attended the Honor’s College at the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa on an academic scholarship studying the philosophy of law and Spanish. Upon graduation, Walker immediately followed his parents’ footsteps and attended their alma mater, the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. While in law school, Walker received awards for his strong oral advocacy skills and his philanthropic efforts in helping displaced Haitian citizens secure immigration relief after the 2010 earthquake.
After law school, Walker founded and operated his own successful law practice in Memphis.
Initially focusing primarily on criminal defense, Walker gained extensive experience in defending all aspects of criminal cases. His practice grew to prosecuting personal injury cases and he secured many high dollar figure settlements and verdicts for his clients. After moving to Colorado in 2015, Walker joined the Office of the Denver Municipal Public Defender where he honed his trial advocacy skills while managing a demanding court schedule and caseload.
Now with Cantafio & Song PLLC., Walker is your experienced and zealous advocate. Whether fighting the government or big insurance companies, Walker finds fulfillment in life advocating for people during one of the most vulnerable times of their lives. He takes the term counselor to heart and understands that legal issues affect you not just on your court date, but every day. Walker strives to always be a steady, knowledgeable, and available advisor to his clients.
The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
The University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, Honors Program
- Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, 2009
AREAS OF PRACTICE
- Criminal Defense
- Personal Injury
- Workers Compensation
STATES OF CURRENT PRACTICE