This article is part of our series “Vocate’s Wall of Fame”. Each person described in the series is someone who has inspired the Vocate team and who we believe represents what “unlocking human potential” means. Quite literally, the Wall of Fame exists in our office (printed out images framed on the wall) and every week we vote on a new honoree.
Judge Walker is most notably known for his appointment to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit by Ronald Reagan. As a public servant, Walker was awarded the Learned Hand Medal and Robert L. Haig Award award. Both awards recognize his exceptional public service. Although he is most decorated for his public service in the legal realm, he served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps. Vocate admires his multi-dimensional dedication to benefiting the American lives and this country.
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