Howard University


Co-Teach Labor Law; Collective Bargaining and Arbitration

Tamiko N. Walker is a Senior Trial Attorney in the Naval Litigation Office of the Department of the Navy’s Office of the General Counsel. Ms. Walker represents the Navy in labor and employment litigation, including administrative class actions and significant Title VII cases. Ms. Walker also represents the Navy in other general litigation matters. Prior to becoming a Senior Trial Attorney for the Navy, Ms. Walker was an Assistant Counsel for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Washington where she provided counsel and training on labor and employment law issues, litigated cases before the Merit Systems Protection Board and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, negotiated labor agreements, and managed internal investigations. Ms. Walker previously worked as a Trial Attorney for Allstate Insurance Company and served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas.

In addition to her litigation experience, Ms. Walker has notable alternative dispute resolution experience. She is a Mediator for the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and also serves on the committee for the Attorney Client Arbitration Board of the District of Columbia Bar. Ms. Walker previously served as an Arbitrator for the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas Compulsory Arbitration Program.

Ms. Walker received her Juris Doctor from Widener University School of Law after earning a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations from Hampton University. Ms. Walker also holds a Master of Laws degree in Litigation and Dispute Resolution from the George Washington University Law School.

Ms. Walker is admitted to the Pennsylvania and District of Columbia bars. Ms. Walker is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and is also a member of the American Bar Association where she was a co-chair for the ABA Labor and Employment Law Section - Federal Sector Labor and Employment Law Committee and a participant in the section’s Leadership Development Program.

updated: February 24, 2014