Tim Snowball was born in San Diego, California, where he attended Grossmont College before transferring to U.C. Berkeley. At Cal, he earned a B.A. in political science with an emphasis on American Government and Politics. In 2017, Tim earned his J.D. from The George Washington University Law School, where he served as a Note’s Editor on the Federal Circuit Bar Journal and was awarded the Pro Bono Service Award. Since beginning his legal career, Tim has been focused on civil rights litigation at the highest judicial levels. This includes time spent working for the Institute for Justice, Pacific Legal Foundation, and most recently, defending the First Amendment rights of public employees to be free from union coercion with the Freedom Foundation. A strong proponent of education in the areas of American history and constitutionalism, Tim spent four years as an adjunct professor at U.C. Davis School of Law, and regularly delivers speeches and presentations to various groups across California. His written work has been featured in The Hill, The Washington Times, City Journal, Foundation for Economic Education, Daily Caller, Townhall, RedState, The California Globe, and The Orange County Register.