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Tyler Fields represents elected officials, corporations, nonprofits, and political candidates in a variety of legal spaces including campaign finance and election law, criminal law, energy and national security law, lobbying law, and international trade. His experience includes adversarial litigation and nonadversarial regulatory advice.

He has represented officials in sensitive political and criminal investigations and provided extensive advice in the political arena. His experience includes crisis communications at the international and state levels. He also advises clients on numerous regulatory issues including marketing and trade matters under the Federal Trade Commission Act and constitutional challenges to state and federal regulations. Tyler maintains an active pro bono practice representing nonprofits and victims of persecution.

Prior to law school, Tyler served in the White House from 2017 to 2018. In law school, Tyler was published twice and spent time at the U.S. Attorney's Office and the California Department of Justice.