ABOUT TIMOTHY WALSH
Timothy Walsh is an experienced personal injury attorney in Portland, Oregon, where he exclusively represents people against big insurance companies and corporations and the lawyers they hire to minimize or destroy people's claims.
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A sixth-generation Oregonian, Timothy Walsh first discovered his passion for the law while helping lead his high school mock trial team to an Oregon state championship. Later, as an undergraduate at Willamette University, Tim earned a summer internship with the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association (“OTLA”), and subsequently worked as a full-time file clerk for a plaintiff’s personal injury and medical malpractice attorney in Portland.
In 2011, Tim began his studies at the Willamette University College of Law. While in law school, he was selected for a pair of prestigious judicial externships: first for the Hon. John V. Acosta at the United States District Court, District of Oregon and later for the Hon. Virginia L. Linder at the Oregon Supreme Court. Tim also served as an Articles Editor for the Willamette Law Review and earned the 2014 Bruce Spaulding Memorial Award for Trial Advocacy, given each semester to the most outstanding participant in Willamette’s Civil Trial Practice program.
After graduating from Willamette Law in 2014, Tim joined one of the Pacific Northwest’s busiest plaintiff’s personal injury law firms, spending nearly five years serving as the primary associate attorney on some of that firm’s largest and most complex cases. He joined Charley Gee P.C. in August 2019 to focus on the same goal that he has had throughout his career: advocating for people who have been injured and hurt.
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Tim has co-chaired the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association’s Motor Vehicle Section since 2019, is a member of OTLA’s Publications Committee, and writes occasionally for Trial Lawyer magazine. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Portland’s Brooklyn Action Corps neighborhood association and volunteers regularly with Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon’s Daily Bread Express program, which provides weekly in-home meal delivery for low-income people living with HIV/AIDS.
United States District Court - Oregon