Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
CUNY Queens College, 2011
Wayne State University Law School, 2017
Originally from New York City, David Walz graduated cum laude from CUNY Queens College with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology in 2011. He then worked as a paralegal at an Insurance Defense law firm in Farmington Hills, Michigan prior to attending Wayne State University Law School. Mr. Walz received his Juris Doctorate in 2017.
During law school, Mr. Walz worked as a law clerk at a prominent medical malpractice law firm and served as judicial intern to the Honorable Mark A. Goldsmith on the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. He was a member of the Wayne State University Moot Court team and served two years as Senior Note Editor for Wayne State University Law School’s Journal of Law in Society. Mr. Walz authored an article titled “Conscience Clauses, Title VII, and the Religious Right of Refusal to Performing Tasks in the Workplace,” which was published in the Journal (Volume 19, Issue 1-2).
Mr. Walz has extensive experience litigating No-Fault matters and third-party negligence claims, advising his clients from the initial investigation through the trial stage.
Mr. Walz is a member of the State Bar of Michigan and is licensed to practice in all Michigan State courts and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.