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Timothy Fox

Timothy Fox

Lecturer in Law

699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: January 4, 2020




Timothy Fox is a cofounder and the chief information officer of LegalMation, a legal technology startup that uses artificial intelligence to automate early-stage litigation tasks, including responding to complaints and discovery requests. As the CIO, Fox uses his legal expertise and background in software and technology to determine how best to build out LegalMation’s award-winning software solutions.

Prior to cofounding LegalMation, Fox was in private practice for more than seven years focusing on commercial and patent litigation. He began his practice at a mid-sized firm before moving on to Bryan Cave LLP, and then to LTL Attorneys LLP, an award-winning litigation boutique. Through his practice, Fox acquired extensive skills in all facets of litigation, including obtaining multiple seven-figure trial decisions in his clients’ favor. He has argued cases before the California Court of Appeal as well as state and district courts throughout California and the Eastern District of Texas. Professor Fox has been named a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyer each year since 2016.

Fox is a 2011 graduate of USC’s Gould School of law. Prior to attending law school, he graduated first in his class from Cal Poly with a degree in Computer Information Systems and spent five years working for a Fortune-100 company supporting its technology infrastructure.

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March 31, 2020
Re: Edward McCaffery

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