Tyler Martinez joined the Institute for Free Speech in January 2012. In addition to his work as a First Amendment litigator, Tyler is a lecturer on First Amendment, campaign finance, nonprofit tax, and administrative law. On these topics, he has taught lawyers, law students, and internal law students, including continuing legal education seminars.
Prior to joining the Institute for Free Speech, Tyler ran his own law firm specializing in election law and campaign finance compliance for nonprofit organizations at the state and federal levels. He also cofounded a nonprofit organization in the D.C. area. Tyler earned his J.D. from the University of Colorado Law School, while winning accolades for his advocacy skills and serving as Executive Editor of the Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law and President of the school’s Federalist Society.
Tyler is licensed to practice law only in Colorado and the District of Columbia. He is further admitted to the bars of the following federal courts: Supreme Court of the United States, D.C. Circuit, Fourth Circuit, Tenth Circuit, District for the District of Columbia, District of Colorado, and the Eastern District of Virginia.
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