Tim’s background is in public service and Vermont-specific legal work, with deep personal roots in Addison County. His current post is as a Deputy State's Attorney in Washington County where he is handling roughly 300 cases at present. Tim was born in Lincoln and raised in the Courthouse and Town Clerk's Offices across the County while his parents worked the early days of their respective law practices with three kids in tow - each having practiced over 30 years now. He attended Lincoln Community School, Mount Abraham Union High School, and Skidmore College, where he played NCAA Division III soccer.
Tim is proud of his decade of public service and government experience in Vermont, having worked for the Democratic Party, Congressman Peter Welch, and as Policy Director for State Treasurer Beth Pearce before attending the University of Maine School of Law. In addition to his service as a Deputy State’s Attorney in Washington County, Tim has worked in the Office of the Vermont Attorney General where he was assigned to the General Counsel and Administrative Law Division and assisted the division in civil matters concerning labor, employment, and contract matters before the Vermont Supreme Court, Vermont Superior Court, and the Vermont Labor Relations Board. Tim has also worked as a law clerk in the Office of the Chittenden County State’s Attorney and in the Office of the Ulster County District Attorney in New York while serving as a Law Fellow with Fair and Just Prosecution. Prior to becoming a Deputy State’s Attorney, Tim served as a Judicial Extern in the chambers of the Honorable Chief Judge Geoffrey W. Crawford in the Federal District Court of Vermont in both Burlington and Rutland.
Tim’s partner, Ashlynn Doyon, grew up in the Northeast Kingdom and also works in public service. They will be married in June, in Lincoln, and plan to make their forever home here in Addison County with their dog, Windsor (named after the “birthplace” of Vermont).
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