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About David Walter

David Walter, an experienced and highly regarded law teacher, directs the Legal Skills & Values Program and teaches LSV I, LSV II, and LSV III, as well as Appellate Procedure I and II. Professor Walter also directs and advises the FIU Board of Advocates, a student moot court organization whose members compete in regional and national appellate advocacy, trial advocacy, client counseling, and negotiations competitions. In the Board’s first two years of competition, teams coached by Professor Walter finished as finalists or semi-finalists in five of six appellate advocacy competitions, including the 2004 and 2005 Wechsler National First Amendment Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C.; the 2004 and 2005 Florida Bar Association Orseck Moot Court Competition; and the 2004 National Moot Court Competition (Regional Round), sponsored by the Association of the Bar of New York City. In addition, FIU teams also won the Best Brief Trophy at the 2004 Orseck Competition and placed second on the briefs at the 2004 Wechsler Competition and 2004 Nationals Competition (Regional) and third on the brief at the 2005 Wechsler Competition, thus winning recognition for top-ranked briefs in four of six appellate advocacy competitions.

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Curriculum Vitae




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Courses

  • Appellate Procedure II
  • Legal Skills & Values III

Education

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1988 M.A., University of Iowa ‐ Department of Political Science, Public Affairs
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1988 J.D., Cum Laude, University of Iowa College of Law
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1983 B.A., Summa Cum Laude, Eastern Kentucky University ‐ Psychology and Paralegal Science
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Contact Information

College of Law
11200 SW 8th St., RDB 2055
Miami, FL 33199

(305) 348-8339

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