About Tim Broas
Named one of the “Best Lawyers in America” for four consecutive years, Tim Broas is currently a partner at the Washington, D.C., offices of Winston & Strawn LLP. In this role, he has developed a reputation as one of the area’s leading white-collar defense attorneys, handling cases surrounding bribery, fraud, and money laundering. Tim Broas regularly represents high-profile clients, whose industries range from pharmaceuticals to banking and investment. He has also worked with several financial institutions, helping them resolve issues surrounding commercial and securities arbitration.
Beyond his commitment in the courtroom, Timothy Broas is an active member of the legal community and has contributed to the field by publishing a number of articles. Most recently, he co-authored a piece for Law360 titled “E-Discovery In The Cloud: Who Can Get Your Data?,” which discussed the inherent risks of storing client information in the cloud, rather than via company-owned data centers. Tim Broas also co-wrote an article on the ethicality of paying attorney’s fees on behalf of witnesses for The Criminal Law Reporter in 2010. In addition to writing articles, he participates in a variety of American Bar Association events, and has presented before his peers at the group’s annual conference.
Outside his obligations with Winston & Strawn and his dedication to professional development, Timothy Broas donates a portion of his time to several organizations. An alumnus of Boston College and the School of Law at The College of William and Mary, Tim Broas now sits on the board of trustees of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, which is located just outside the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. Additionally, he accepted appointment from President Barack Obama to the board of trustees of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in 2010. For the last three years, Timothy Broas has also served as a trustee of Partners In Health, a well-respected public health organization that has spearheaded wellness projects around the world.