Timothy A. Nolte
Timothy A. Nolte Jr. joined Keches Law Group, P.C. as an attorney in 2017. Mr. Nolte was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he spent the majority of his life before enlisting in the United States Marine Corps in 2004. While serving as a Marine, Mr. Nolte deployed twice in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, where he served as an infantry squad leader with Fox Company, 2nd Battalion 6th Marine Regiment, based out of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
Mr. Nolte returned home to Pennsylvania in 2008 to pursue an undergraduate degree at Penn State. While obtaining his degree in the evenings, he started a business as a public insurance adjuster. His company helped residential and commercial property owners obtain maximum recovery for their insurance claims. As a public adjuster, Mr. Nolte saw how insurance companies would sometimes treat his clients unfairly, and it was from this that he realized he could do more to help people as an attorney.
Mr. Nolte attended Suffolk University Law School where he earned his J.D. with a concentration in Trial and Appellate Advocacy. Mr. Nolte was the president of the Suffolk Law Veterans Association and a member of the nationally recognized Suffolk Trial Team. As a member of the National Trial Team, Mr. Nolte competed in numerous competitions against the best student advocates in the nation. Upon graduation, Mr. Nolte was asked to return to the team as a coach. He continued in that role until relocating back to his home state of Pennsylvania.
J.D., Suffolk University, Boston, MA
- Concentration: Trial and Appellate Advocacy
- President, Suffolk Law Veterans Association, 2015-2017
- National Trial Team, 2015-2017
- Harold B. Goodwin Jr. Scholarship for Trial Advocacy, 2016
B.A., Pennsylvania State University, Abington, PA
- Major: Corporate Communications
- Minor: Business
- Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
United States District Court of Massachusetts, 2018
Professional & Bar Association Memberships
Massachusetts Bar Association
Young Lawyers Division of the Massachusetts Bar Association
Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys American Bar Association