Timothy D. Klipp-Lockhart, MSW, is the Project Associate for the Economic Justice Project and Records Assistance Project at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. Prior to joining the Lawyers’ Committee, Tim was on the Hill in Congressman Ben Ray Luján’s office, served as a fellow at the Campaign for Youth Justice and at the Congressional Research Institute for Social Work and Policy. He also served as a research assistant at Howard University’s Center on Race and Wealth where he researched the impact of fines and fees in the judicial system.
He hails from Nebraska, where he served as an AmeriCorps volunteer and worked as an Education and Community Outreach Coordinator with disconnected young people. He is a member of several associations including the American Society of Criminology and the National Association of Social Workers.
He recently received his Masters’ degree in Social Work from Howard University and he received his bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Nebraska Wesleyan University.