Tim Huether represents commercial clients on sensitive, complex civil litigation matters in federal and state trial courts. He has advised clients at all stages of litigation, ranging from consulting on viable claims to seeking post-verdict relief. Tim has provided counsel in matters involving contracts, trusts, fiduciary duty, bankruptcy, §1983 claims, and employee benefit plans.
Tim is dedicated to pro bono work. He represents clients seeking asylum in the United States through the Firm's nationwide pro bono efforts to assist unaccompanied minors and women seeking refuge in the United States from violence in Central America. Tim also represents a D.C. resident in proceedings before the D.C. Housing Authority, and he recently obtained a positive result for a client in a child custody matter before the D.C. Superior Court.
Tim serves as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center, where his course introduces internationally educated LL.M. students to the legal research tools and resources, analytical frameworks, and writing style used in the American legal system.
- Georgetown University (J.D. cum laude 2017; B.S.F.S. magna cum laude 2010)
- District of Columbia and Missouri