Meet Timothy Wiseman
Timothy A. Wiseman joined Ocampo Wiseman Law, then known as Morris Law Center, in 2017. Since then he has done extensive work as a litigator in real estate, business law, copyright, and intellectual property law. He has also done extensive work in Appellate Law and has handled appeals before the Nevada Supreme Court, the Ninth Circuit, and the Nevada Court of Appeals.
Tim worked his way through law school as a database administrator and programmer thanks to the support of his incredible wife Renee, who inspired him to attend in the first place. Before law school, Tim proudly served in the U.S. Army as an intelligence officer where he deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan with the 82nd Airborne Division.
Tim has also published academic articles in law journals including articles regarding copyright law, the First Amendment, and the interaction of the law with encryption technology. Before Law School he published several articles on database security and optimization.
In addition to an incredible wife who teaches for CCSD and is a professor of history at CSN, Tim has three children: Lucas, Lex, and Liliana. He is also claimed by a Belgian Shepherd named Draco who adores him, though he does not understand why.
Timothy A Wiseman
Attorney | Partner
Primary Areas of Practice
Bar Admissions & Licenses
State Bar of Nevada, 2015
United States District Court: District of Nevada, 2017
William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Juris Doctor, 2014
Oklahoma State University, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, 2002
Why the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Cannot Protect Sacred Sites, 5 Am. Indian L. J. 139 (2016).
Encryption, Forced Decryption and the Constitution, 11 ISJLP 525 (2015).
Note, Limiting Innovation through Willful Blindness, 14 Nev. L. J. 210 (2013)
“The Law of the Playful [Un]Dead: The Influences of Intellectual Property Law on Zombie Video Games” in The Playful Undead and Video Games (Webley & Zackariasson, Eds, 2019)