Helping organizations with processes and policies that are good for their people as well as the bottom-line. Counsel to help organizations avoid legal problems to begin with, but ready to litigate and deliver justice when necessary.
General law practice headquartered in Montclair, NJ's historic Brassworks Building, providing a broad base of legal, business & consultative services.
Licensed to practice law since 2002, attorney Timothy K. Giordano leverages his +15 years experience as a legal advocate, business executive, educator and non-profit director at leading global organizations to help individuals, businesses and public/social sector institutions achieve personal and professional goals & protect their rights.
Tim received his law degree from Emory University
, graduating 1st in his class, and a bachelor's degree from Florida State University.
Prior professional affiliations include global powerhouse law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, and the leading media, technology and financial data company, Bloomberg L.P., in New York City. Tim also completed a prestigious federal clerkship at the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, working for Honorable Judge Frank M. Hull.
In the education sector, Tim has led operations for a top-performing public middle school in Harlem, and he ran a college-level service-learning program focused on advocacy for high-quality early childhood education. Currently, Tim is an Adjunct Professor at Montclair State University
, and he also supports the College of Communication & Information at Florida State University, as a member of its Leadership Board.
Tim is equally well-versed in the non-profit sector and committed to improving the world in which we live. He serves on various fiduciary and advisory Boards, including appointments with the AAT Project, focused on youth-led innovations in STEM, and the American Conference on Diversity, dedicated to building more just & inclusive schools, communities, and workplaces. Tim also explores legal and policy solutions to the greatest challenges facing the State of New Jersey, as a Fellow with Lead New Jersey.