Nancy A. Walker

Paisner Litvin LLP
Media, PA

Nancy A. Walker has practiced in the field of labor and employment law for more than twenty years. She earned both her Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. During law school, she served as an Executive Editor on the University of Pittsburgh Law Review and interned for Judge Fred I. Parker while he was serving as a District Judge in the District of Vermont and who later served on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

Nancy has published articles and spoken on labor and employment issues for a variety of organizations, including the National Academy of Arbitrators, the American Bar Association, the American Arbitration Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Institute and at conferences for other national organizations. She is a contributing editor for The Developing Labor Law and has also served as an editor for Elkouri & Elkouri, How Arbitration Works. Recently, Nancy was elected to the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers as a Fellow, a distinction reserved only for those who have achieved the highest levels of scholarship, integrity and professionalism.

Nancy is a member of various professional and civic organizations, including the American and Delaware County Bar Associations, and is actively involved in Delaware County politics, recently having campaigned for a seat on the bench of the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas. Nancy served on the board of the Labor Employment Relations Association, Philadelphia Chapter, and is co-chair of the American Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Mock Trial Competition in New York City. She has been a volunteer advocate with the Support Center for Child Advocates, Philadelphia, for many years and was honored in 2013 as a Distinguished Advocate by that organization. She was voted a “Top Lawyer 2013” by Main Line Today Magazine in the field of Labor and Employment Law. Nancy serves on the boards of other local nonprofit organizations.

Nancy is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New York.