Meet Crystal Walker
Crystal C. Walker was born and raised in Fayetteville, North Carolina. In 2010, she earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Fayetteville State University. She then served four years in the United States Army working as an X-Ray Technician. After being honorably discharged from service, she attended South Texas College of Law, Houston and competed as a varsity advocate for one of the top trial advocacy programs in the country.
Crystal began working at Roger G. Jain & Associates in 2019. Crystal incorporates the Army’s core values of selfless service, honor, integrity, and respect into the practice of law in every case she handles. Since joining our firm, Crystal has developed a great rapport with our clients by taking time to learn and understand their concerns as it relates to their case. She has received letters of appreciation and high praises for her direct work with clients.
Crystal is an excellent legal writer and has a great talent for writing persuasive, concise, and organized arguments. This is a valuable asset to our clients as a large portion of litigation involves effective and persuasive writing. Whether it is writing motions to the court, preparing persuasive settlements, or even writing a Writ of Certiorari for the Supreme Court of the United States, Crystal is well equipped for the job.
- Texas (2018)
- South Texas College of Law, Houston – 2018 (Varsity Trial Advocate)
- Fayetteville State University – 2010 (Major: Criminal Justice)