Professor Ted Bilich joined the Georgetown University law school faculty from 20 years of complex civil litigation and dispute resolution experience in private practice as an associate and partner at one of the largest law firms in the world. He graduated from Harvard Law School and served as law clerk to Judge Timothy K. Lewis of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Professor Bilich is the co-author of three editions of the casebook, Class Actions and Other Multi-Party Litigation (3d ed. Thomson West 2012) and has published numerous articles in legal journals and other professional publications. He is a member of the American Law Institute, is a consulting editor for the Bureau of National Affair's Class Action Litigation Report, and previously was a contributing editor to the American Bar Association's Class Action & Derivative Suits Magazine.
He serves as a commissioner with the Arlington (Virginia) Economic Development Commission and as a board member of Leadership Arlington.
He was previously a member of the board of directors of the Washington Lawyers' Committee on Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, a board member of the Northern Virginia Conservation Trust, a member of the DC Bar's Litigation Section Steering Committee, and also served as president (and board member) of The Latino Student Fund.
Professor Bilich has been known to blog at tedbilich.com. He can be followed on Twitter as @TBilich.