Tim Gresback '87 Publishes 'My Best Day as a Lawyer'
Monday, June 11, 2012
Posted by: Max Rodriguez
Tim Gresback '87 published an article in the June 2012 issue of the Washington State Bar News titled, "My Best Day as a Lawyer." In the article Tim Gresback describes taking his client Candelario Perez, a Panamanian immigrant paralyzed from the chest down due to workplace negligence, to see Mariano Rivera play with the New York Yankees.
Tim Gresback writes, "My best day as a lawyer climaxed before no jury, but on the infield of Safeco Field. The New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners gave great joy to a courageous man, injured in body, but resilient and inspiring in spirit."
Read the full article in the Washington State Bar News, "My Best Day as a Lawyer"
Tim Gresback is a Moscow, ID attorney who emphasizes in personal injury
litigation. Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, Tim is one of twelve children.
Following his graduations from St. Olaf College in 1983, and the
Washington, D.C., public interest Antioch School of Law in 1987, Tim
clerked for Idaho Supreme Court Justice Stephen Bistline. He then
served as a public defender in Kootenai County. Since 1991, Tim has
been in private practice. In addition, he taught trial advocacy at the
University of Idaho College of Law for six years. Tim was president of
both the Idaho Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (2001) and the
Idaho Trial Lawyers Association (2010). He now serves ITLA as a
national delegate to the American Association of Justice. Read more about Tim Gresback at Moscow Attorney.