Rm. 1116 King Hall
- B.A. English, University of California, Santa Barbara 1982
- J.D., University of California, Berkeley 1986
Supervisor, Appellate Advocacy/Moot Court Program
A law school serves its students by providing opportunities for practical learning. At King Hall, students can learn valuable legal skills by participating in the law school's appellate advocacy program, moot court competition, and inter-school moot court teams.
Tim Schooley brings years of practical experience to his role as supervisor of the law school's appellate advocacy/moot court programs. As a supervising attorney at the California Court of Appeal, Schooley has worked on thousands of petitions for extraordinary writs, appeals, and other applications filed in the appellate court. Before beginning employment with the Court of Appeal in 1991, Schooley worked as an attorney in private practice representing labor unions, where he served a diverse range of clients, from Navajo and Hopi health care workers on the Navajo Nation in northern Arizona to building trades workers throughout California in the California State University system to clerical workers in the San Francisco Bay Area.... Close
Selected Career Highlights
- Supervising Attorney, California Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District