Britt Walden is the Director of Student Services and Academic Records. She is responsible for overseeing the exam process each semester, providing administrative support for law school programming, and maintaining accurate student records. She has also co-taught Introduction to Transactional Skills and has coached Temple Law’s National Trial Team.
Director Walden is a graduate of Temple Law School, having received her J.D. in 2014. She was a member of the Political and Civil Rights Law Journal and competed on Temple’s National Trial Team. Her teams won the Puerto Rico Trial Advocacy Competition in 2012 and the National Trial Competition for Region III in 2014. During this competition, she was awarded the Bernard L. Siegle Plaque for “Best Advocate in the Final Round.” She earned her undergraduate degree from Duke University in 2011.
Prior to joining the administration, Director Walden was an Assistant District Attorney in Philadelphia. She was a prosecutor in the Family Violence in Sexual Assault Unit as well as in East Division. She prosecuted crimes in the Juvenile Division and also in Traffic Court.
Director Walden currently serves as Treasurer for the Philadelphia Area Diversity Job Fair. She is also an active member of the Temple University Alumni Association; she is a Director at Large July 2023. By May 2023, she hopes to receive her master’s in business administration from Temple University Fox School of Business.