Daniel S. Bullard
Attorney/Partner

Background and Experience

Dan Bullard was admitted to the North Carolina Bar in 1993. He received his B.A. from Wake Forest University in 1990 and his J.D. in 1993 from Wake Forest University.

Dan has served as an elected member of the Family Law Counsel of the North Carolina Bar Association and serves as a speaker for many Continuing Legal Education seminars. He maintains an AV®Preeminent™ 5.0 out of 5.0 Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubble, which is the highest available anonymous peer review rating for competency and ethics. Mr. Bullard has recently lectured on the topics of “Prosecuting and Defending Alienation and Criminal Conversation Claims,” “Discovery and Pretrial Matters,” “Discovery and Use of Electronic Information,” and “Alimony and Postseparation Support.”

Dan’s practice primarily focuses on all areas of family law, representing plaintiffs in personal injury cases, and prosecuting and defending alienation of affections and criminal conversation cases. Mr. Bullard also represents clients in appeals of cases to the North Carolina Court of Appeals and North Carolina Supreme Court.

In the community, Dan is an active member of St. Marks Church and leader in a local scout troop. Through his hobby as a musician, he plays bass guitar in his church and enjoys playing with bands in the area for charitable organizations. An organization with which he is particularly involved is StepUp of Alamance, which assists families trapped in the affliction of generational poverty.

Lisa W. Bullard
Attorney/Partner

Background and Experience

Lisa Bullard earned her BA from Wake Forest University in 1990, where she graduated with honors, and received her law degree from the University of Kentucky in 1994. A native of Lexington, Kentucky, Lisa began practicing law in Greensboro, North Carolina exclusively in the areas of Social Security Disability law and representing injured workers in Workers Compensation claims and in 1998, she began practicing law with Walker & Bullard, P.A. Lisa has focused on these areas for her entire career and has successfully represented hundreds of clients in Workers Compensation claims and in Social Security Disability hearings.

Lisa is an active member of St. Marks Church and has served for a number of years on the Board of Directors for the Women’s Resource Center in Burlington. Outside of the office, Lisa is an avid runner and enjoys literature.

Sean Boone
Attorney/Partner

Background and Experience

Sean Boone was born and raised in Alamance County, graduating from Western Alamance High School in 1986. He graduated with a B.A. in English with honors and an M.A. in English from N.C. State University before receiving his law degree from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1997. While attending law school, he volunteered in the Alamance County District Attorney’s Office, where he was first introduced to the local criminal justice system by trying misdemeanor cases under the supervision of an Assistant District Attorney.

Upon graduating law school, Sean was hired as an Assistant District Attorney, and for the next 17 plus years he served the people of Alamance County in its court system. An experienced litigator who has tried over 100 jury trials, Sean was featured on the crime documentary television show “Snapped” for his work as a prosecutor in the 2007 murder trial of Tracy Lawson. Sean has also taught criminal trial techniques to prosecutors statewide, has mentored local prosecutors in trial practice and ethics, and has been active in training our local law enforcement in courtroom preparation. In the community, Sean has also volunteered his time speaking to church groups and school groups about the local criminal justice system. He is an active member of First Presbyterian Church of Burlington, where he teaches children’s Sunday School classes.

Sean’s practice focuses primarily on all areas of criminal law, traffic law, and civil litigation. He is now putting the knowledge gained from his years of public service to work representing those who need experienced quality representation in Alamance, Guilford and surrounding counties.