Timothy Wilton is an experienced litigator and trial lawyer with over 40 years of practice in both civil and criminal cases. He has handled cases at every level of the state and federal trial and appellate court system in Massachusetts and in the Supreme Court of the United States. He is also a tenured Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, where he is the Director of the Trial and Appellate Advocacy Concentration and teaches courses in litigation and trial practice.
Professor Wilton began his career as a trial lawyer while still a student at Harvard Law School, representing criminal defendants and incarcerated psychiatric patients with the Harvard Voluntary Defenders. At the same time, he worked part time for Norman Zalkind, a well known Boston trial lawyer, and Harvey Silverglate, a prominent civil liberties advocate, representing plaintiffs in personal injury cases, federal civil rights and civil liberties litigation, and criminal defense.
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