Tim J. Pollard is an attorney and the President of The Pollard Firm, a Professional Corporation. After serving as a Partner with the Orange County-based law firm TUCKER | POLLARD for eight years, Mr. Pollard left TUCKER | POLLARD and formed The Pollard Firm, APC, taking his expertise and passion for the law in a new direction.
Mr. Pollard is an experienced litigator who approaches every legal issue with a calculated strategy, crafted after understanding his clients’ goals and best interests. Upon graduating from law school in 2010, Mr. Pollard served as an associate attorney for a Professional Law Corporation in Newport Beach, California where he represented clients exclusively in business and real estate-related legal matters.
While attending law school Mr. Pollard served as a summer associate for JP Morgan Chase’s In-House legal counsel where he worked on nationwide collections matters and civil litigation. While working on his graduate degree, Mr. Pollard worked as a law clerk in La Jolla, California where he worked exclusively on personal injury matters.
During his free time, Mr. Pollard enjoys coaching youth sports and spending time outdoors with his wife and two daughters.
JD - Whittier Law School, Costa Mesa, California, 2010
MBA - Keller Graduate School of Management
BA - California State University San Bernardino
State Bar of California
State Bar of California, Member
Los Angeles County Bar Association, Member
Orange County Bar Association, Member
National Trial Lawyers Association, Member
Tucker | Pollard, Founding Partner, 2011
Boutique Law Firm, Salisbury Law Group
JP Morgan Chase's, In-House Legal Counsel, Summer Associate
Law Offices of Joseph A. Howell, Law Clerk
It's not hard to find lawyers who care about their clients. What’s rarer is to find a team with the depth of knowledge and the legal experience to seek meaningful results. At The Pollard Firm, we strive to be that team that honors where you come from, who you are today, and where you're headed tomorrow.
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