Jake Walker is an associate in the Antitrust and Competition Practice Group in the firm's Washington, D.C. office.

Areas of Practice 

Jake’s practice focuses on antitrust and competition matters involving civil and criminal government investigations, complex antitrust litigation, and merger review. Jake also has experience representing companies facing government investigations involving fraud and litigating claims arising under the Lanham Act.

Jake is also committed to his pro bono practice, where he has represented NGOs on environmental issues including endangered species protection under the ESA, as well as securing rental assistance for individuals.

During law school, Jake served as a Judicial Intern for the Hon. Richard M. Berman of the US District Court for the Southern District of New York. He also worked as a Judicial Extern for the Hon. Anne F. Reed of the 25th Judicial Circuit of Virginia.



  • Antitrust Consent Decree Negotiation Checklist
    Lexis Nexis, 11.02.2023
  • The US FTC secures an innovative structural relief to prohibit interlocking directorates and preserve competition in the natural gas market (Quantum Energy Partners / EQT Corporation)
    Concurrences, 09.01.2023
  • The US FTC issues a Civil Investigation Demand to an artificial intelligence company following an investigation into the use of AI technology and its potential to promote unfair methods of competition (OpenAI Chat GPT)
    Concurrences, 09.01.2023

AI Law and Policy Blog Posts

Antitrust Law Blog Posts


J.D., Washington and Lee University, 2022, Lead Online Editor, Washington and Lee Law Review, Burks Scholar, Washington and Lee Law Library

B.A., University of Alabama, 2018, magna cum laude


  • District of Columbia 
  • Maryland 
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