Austin R. Wallick

Austin R. Wallick is an Associate Attorney within Clapp Moroney’s Personal Injury and General Liability Practice. Austin’s practice includes personal injury and wrongful death cases arising from general negligence, professional negligence, motor vehicle, premises liability, and intentional tort claims.

Austin R. Wallick earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Arizona, where he studied Logical Philosophy and Pre-Law. Austin went on to earn his Juris Doctor from The American University, Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C. While in law school, Austin served as a competitor and Executive Director of Recruitment for Washington College of Law’s Mock Trial Honor Society. As a competitor, Austin placed as a finalist at the 2019 National Trial Competition, won the 2020 National Trial Competition, and was invited to compete at Baylor University’s ‘Top Gun’ Mock Trial Competition, reserved for the single best competitor from the Top 16 mock trial programs in the country. Austin’s accomplishments were recognized by the American College of Trial Lawyers, which presented him with the ‘Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Medal for Excellence in Trial Advocacy’. Austin was also selected to work as a Research Fellow for the Stephen S. Weinstein Trial Advocacy Program at Washington College of Law and received graduation honors for his commitment to trial advocacy.

Before joining Clapp Moroney, Austin worked as a law clerk in the Personal Injury division of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles.

Austin is admitted to practice in all state courts of California.

Austin can be reached at Clapp Moroney’s East Bay/Central Valley Office, or at