Bruce T. Clark arrived in Culpeper in June of 1974 after obtaining his law degree from the Marshall Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia. He holds an AV rating from the Martindale Hubbell Law Digest.
He graduated with honors from Pennsylvania State University in 1969 with a BA in Communications.
Since arriving in Culpeper, Mr. Clark has remained active in various local and statewide community and governmental activities, holding positions that include President of the Culpeper Chamber of Commerce, President of the Culpeper County United Way, Chairman of the Culpeper County Board of Social Services, Chairman of the Culpeper Town and County Economic Advisory Commission, founding member and director of the Windmore Foundation of the Arts, President of the Virginia Conference of Commissioners of Accounts, and President of the Culpeper Memorial Hospital's CMH Services Corporation.
Mr. Clark's practice at Clark & Walker PLLC primarily consists of business creations, commercial transactions, real estate matters, zoning issues, estate planning and probate. Mr. Clark also currently serves as the Commissioner of Accounts for the Circuit Court of Culpeper County, a position he has held for many years.
Mr. Clark practiced at the former law firm of Fray, Hudson, Clark & Walker LLP (formerly Fray and Hudson, and Fray, Hudson and Clark) from 1974 until early 2021.
Samuel Rixey Walker returned to his hometown of Culpeper, Virginia, in 1989, after obtaining his law degree from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas, in 1988, and being licensed by the Virginia State Bar in the fall of 1988.
He graduated in 1973 with a degree in Journalism from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia. During the time between undergraduate and law school, he worked for the international legal publisher, Commerce Clearing House, Inc. (now a part of Wolters Kluwer) as a reporter in its Washington, D.C. newsroom, covering, at various times, the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Congress, along with a number of agencies of the federal government.
After returning to Culpeper to practice law, he became involved in various civic activities, including serving on the boards of the Culpeper Memorial Hospital, Free Clinic of Culpeper, Inc., Culpeper Literacy Council, Culpeper Chamber of Commerce, and the Vestry of Christ Episcopal Church, Brandy Station.
Walker is a member of the Virginia State Bar and has served on the twenty-member Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board, which hears the most serious cases of lawyer misconduct in Virginia. His partner, Bruce T. Clark, has also served on the Disciplinary Board.
Walker's practice at Clark & Walker PLLC now consists mainly of real estate matters, including real estate settlements/closings in the local area, wills and probate matters, and other civil law matters.
Walker practiced at the former law firm of Fray, Hudson, Clark & Walker LLP, from 1989 to early 2021.
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