Archived biography as of June 30, 2006:
Tim Armstrong serves as Assistant Director of the
Tim earned his bachelor’s, master’s, and law degrees from The University of Texas at Austin. After a one-year judicial clerkship with Senior Circuit Judge John Minor Wisdom of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, he practiced for ten years with a large law firm in
In 1998, Tim represented the Office of the President of the
Tim received a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree from Harvard Law School in 2005. As an LL.M. student, Tim authored a widely read blog posting summarizing the Supreme Court’s oral arguments in the MGM v. Grokster case.
Together with Berkman Center Research Fellow Derek Bambauer, Tim will be teaching course LSTU E-120, “Internet & Society: The Technologies and Politics of Control,” at the Harvard Extension School in the Spring 2006 semester.
Tim’s hobbies include travel and cooking. He is a DIY computer enthusiast and enjoys assembling and upgrading a motley collection of computer hardware, on most of which he has installed Gentoo Linux. Tim is also an accomplished amateur musician and songwriter who played bass guitar for eight years with The Frivolous Suits — very possibly
Tim and his wife are expecting their first child in February 2006. In the fall of 2006, Tim will join the faculty of the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where he will teach several intellectual property courses and first-year civil procedure.