TYLER WOLFE is an associate in Sidley’s San Francisco office and is a member of the Securities and Shareholder Litigation practice.
Prior to joining Sidley, Tyler participated in Sidley’s summer associate program in 2018. Tyler was a law clerk for the National Center for Lesbian Rights where he researched enforcement mechanisms of federal statutes, managed client incident reports and wrote memoranda on topics including employment discrimination, civil procedure and constitutional law.
Tyler earned his J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law where he served as co-chair of the National LGBT Bar Association’s Law Student Congress, a student director of the East Bay Community Law Center’s Name and Gender Change Workshop and a member of the First Generation Professionals student group. In addition, Tyler was a member of the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice, and an appellate team member of Berkeley Law’s Board of Advocates through which he represented Berkeley Law at the National Appellate Advocacy Competition. He graduated law school with Pro Bono Honors with Highest Distinction for completing over 200 hours of pro bono work during law school. Tyler was awarded the Prosser Prize for Constitutional Law for attaining the second highest grade in his class.