Ryan Walters

Associate

Ryan.Walters@lewisbrisbois.com

Mr. Walters is an associate in the Albuquerque Office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the General Liability, Labor & Employment, and Corporate Practices. He formerly served as a law clerk to U.S. District Judge James O. Browning of the District of New Mexico.

Mr. Walters regularly defends clients against complex personal injury claims and commercial torts. He also handles a variety of real estate and collection cases such as commercial real estate disputes, contested business collection suits, and contested residential foreclosures. Mr. Walters has second-chaired jury trials and final arbitration hearings involving employment, commercial tort, and construction defect claims.

Primary Area(s) of Practice

  • General Liability

Additional Experience

Admissions

New Mexico

Texas

United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit

U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico

Associations

  • New Mexico Defense Lawyers Association
  • Texas Bar Association
  • H. Vearle Payne American Inn of Court
  • Young Professionals of Albuquerque

Education

Baylor University School of Law

Juris Doctor, 2011

University of Texas at Austin

Bachelor of Arts, 2008

Publications

  • Ryan M. Walters, How to Tell a Fake: Fighting Back Against Fake News on the Front Lines of Social Media, 23 Tex. R. L. & Pol. 111 (2018)
  • Ryan M. Walters, When Can You Shoot the Messenger? Understanding the Legal Protections for Entities Providing Information on Business Products and Services in the Digital Age, 96 Or. L. Rev. 185 (2017)
  • Ryan M. Walters, Provoking Preemption: Why State Laws Protecting the Right to a Union Secret Ballot Election Are Preempted by the NLRA, 52 Santa Clara L. Rev. 1031 (2012)
  • Ryan M. Walters, Comment, Raise It or Waive It? Addressing the Federal and State Split in Authority on Whether a Conviction Under an Unconstitutional Statute Is a Jurisdictional Defect, 62 Baylor L. Rev. 909 (2010)
  • Ryan M. Walters, Comment, Worth the Toll? The Dormant Commerce Clause’s Effect on Statutory Tolling Based on a Defendant’s Absence from the State in Texas and Other States, 62 Baylor L. Rev. 628 (2010)