Tim Schwarz is the founder of the Law Office of Tim Schwarz, where he works representing parents seeking appropriate support services from school districts throughout north Georgia.
He graduated from the University of Chicago with a BA in Philosophy in 2003. Mr. Schwarz graduated from Emory Law School in 2007. At law school, he was a member of the Emory Law Journal. His comment, Cases Time Forgot: Why Judges Can Sometimes Ignore Controlling Precedent was published in the 2007 volume of the journal.
After graduating from Emory, Mr. Schwarz worked for two years at the Staff Attorneys' Office of the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the federal appeals court in downtown Atlanta, GA. At the Eleventh Circuit, he worked on a variety of subjects, including civil rights and discrimination cases.
Mr. Schwarz also writes the Georgia Special Education Law Blog, explaining parents' and students' special education rights to help families advocate more effectively with the school district.
Member of the Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates.