Timothy Macdonald

/Timothy Macdonald

Timothy Macdonald

Tim was born and raised in Manhattan, Kansas, to a Canadian father and a New Zealander mother who met and married in Denmark and then moved to the middle of Kansas. They instilled a love of travel, culture, and adventure into the family. Tim has called Colorado home for 15 years, and is passionate about life with his wife Jodi, their two daughters, and their soon-to-be son. Tim is inspired by the work of BoldLeaders and the impact that it has had on youth and adults around the globe.

Tim is a partner at the international law firm of Arnold & Porter LLP where he practices large-scale commercial litigation. His practice ranges from representing the Hopi Indian Tribe on matters of religious exercise to representing a decommissioned nuclear power plant with respect to the federal government’s failure to dispose of nuclear waste. He has committed significant portions of his career to pro bono work. Tim is one of the founders of the Legal Night at Mi Casa Resource Center for Woman and the Legal Night at Centro San Juan Diego, which have served more than 14,000 families or individuals since their founding in 2006 and 2007. Tim serves on the board and executive committee of the Colorado Lawyers Committee (CLC), the Invest in Kids, and Project Exposure. Tim also has been active with and/or served on the board of Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, Civil Rights Now, the Homeless ID Task Force, and Project Homeless Connect.

Tim is a partner at the international law firm of Arnold & Porter LLP where he practices large-scale commercial litigation. He and his family love travel and Tim is inspired by the work of BoldLeaders and the impact that it has had on youth and adults around the globe.