Tim Asta is from Fairfax Station, Virginia and earned a B.A. in anthropology from the University of Virginia. In May of 2017, he graduated cum laude from FSU Law. During his law school career, Asta was a member of the FSU Law Review, where he served on the Online Publication Committee and earned an Outstanding Subciter Award. He was also a member of the Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law and the FSU Business Review. Additionally, he earned three book awards during law school. Asta’s legal experience includes externing at the Florida Office of the Attorney General the summer before his 3L year. In this position, he prepared for and conducted pre-trial motions, depositions, discovery and representation in court. Asta also completed pro bono hours for the Florida Justice Technology Center, where he translated complex legal concepts, legalese, rules and practices into easily plain language. Asta is intent on working in Northern California, in the San Francisco Bay or Sacramento areas. He would like to practice civil litigation; science, technology and intellectual property law; or business and taxation law. Prior to attending law school, Asta worked for nearly a decade in IT and graphic design, including for the Florida Department of Revenue and the FSU MagLab, and running his own business, Tim Asta Designs. To see more information about Asta and his qualifications, visit timasta.com or connect with him on LinkedIn.