ABOUT TIMOTHY COMSTOCK
MEET TIMOTHY COMSTOCK
Originally from San Diego, California, Tim Comstock moved to Oregon when he was 11, eventually becoming the first person within his immediate family to graduate college, never mind graduate school. Huge Duck fans (his grandfather has been doing the game clock for many University of Oregon athletic teams for over 40 years), his family were very proud when he graduated from UO in 2019.
Tim loves that his job as attorney is to help others, especially as they go through one of life’s most trying and difficult passages. His passion for the law began as a teenager with his parents’ highly contested divorce, and he vividly recalls feeling helpless, overwhelmed, and without an advocate for the challenges he and his younger brother faced during the divorce. His passion grew throughout his undergraduate and graduate studies as he dealt with or helped friends with bad roommates or landlords.
After graduating from UO, Tim worked for a local nonprofit assisting adults and children with developmental disabilities, working both as a caregiver, and as a case coordinator, connecting families and individuals with support. While working for the nonprofit, he saw the practical application of some of our laws for individuals with disabilities, and knew in his bones that he could do more to help. He realized that, like him and his brother during their parents’ divorce, individuals like those he was helping did not always have an advocate on their side, and he became determined to make a difference. He entered Willamette University College of Law in 2019, graduating Cum Laude in 2022, and receiving additional high honors.
Outside the office, Tim lives a rich and varied life. In addition to his all-important role parenting his young infant with his significant other, Tim is working on obtaining his private pilot’s license. He also loves movies -- and actually going to the movie theater-- trying new restaurants, and driving. An avid car culture enthusiast, Tim enjoys road tripping and exploring new places.
Tim realized that, like him and his brother during their parents’ divorce, individuals like those he was helping did not always have an advocate on their side, and he became determined to make a difference.