Walt Cartin practices in the area of health care law. He represents a diverse range of health care providers, including health systems (for-profit, not-for-profit and governmental), nursing homes, physician groups, pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies and a variety of other entities focused on the provision of health care supplies and services. In addition to providing general corporate and operations counsel, he routinely represents clients in both litigation and transactional matters.
While in law school, Walt served as the senior articles editor of the South Carolina Law Review and as a member of the Honor Council. He received the Joseph O. Rogers Jr. Scholarship and, upon graduation, was awarded the Compleat Lawyer Award by the University of South Carolina School of Law Alumni Association.
Before joining Parker Poe, Walt served as a captain in the United States Army Infantry. During his time in the military, he spent more than a year in Iraq, leading combat and nation-building operations. He also served as a special assistant to United States Congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina’s 2nd Congressional District.