Tyler Francis is a Principal at the Angeli Law Group, where he represents clients in a broad range of civil, criminal, and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on technology-related issues. In both his civil and criminal practice, he specializes in handling complex disputes on topics as varied as forensic 3D crime-scene reconstruction, cloud computing, software development, encryption, and cybersecurity. He also frequently helps employees negotiate (and, where necessary, litigate) disputes related to non-compete agreements and other post-employment obligations.
Mr. Francis began his legal career at Williams & Connolly LLP in Washington, D.C. He served as a law clerk to Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, and most recently as a law clerk to Magistrate Judge Stacie F. Beckerman of the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon. Prior to joining the Angeli Law Group, Mr. Francis served as a Virginia state prosecutor, where he specialized in prosecuting cases related to narcotics, violent gang activity, and illegal weapons.
A fifth-generation Oregonian, Mr. Francis earned his JD from Yale Law School in 2008, where he was a senior editor on the Yale Law and Policy Review, a Coker Fellow, and a finalist in the Thomas Swann Barristers’ Union mock trial competition.
Specialty Areas and Course Descriptions
Evidence - Spring 2023