Faith Eaton made the decision to go to law school…when she was in the 7th grade.
True story. Faith was in civics class and her teacher decided to stage a mock trial, and for the purposes of that, would need one of the students to play the role of judge. Faith ascended to the bench on a coin toss – she and a friend had the best grades – and the desire for a career was set.
Along the way, she has worked in various roles, including for a time, as a juvenile probation officer. It taught Faith a number of things, among the most important, the need to build long-term relationships with clients. She still hears from some of the young people she worked with back then.
Today, she brings all of that – a love of the law, the desire to work with people and understand their needs – to her task as an attorney at Rose Walker.
She’s not just handling clients or helping try cases. She’s creating lasting bonds with the people and companies that turn to her for help in solving their problems.
Texas Young Lawyers Association
- St. Mary’s University School of Law, J.D. 2013
- University of Central Oklahoma, B.S. in Criminal Justice, 2007