Timothy U. Martin

Timothy U. Martin

(802) 775-7141


I was born in Hanover, N.H. October 13, 1956, and grew up in Woodstock, Vt. I attended schools in Woodstock, and graduated from Phillips Academy in Andover, MA. in 1974. I am married, with two children.

Legal Experience

Upon graduation from Vermont Law School in 1981, I spent a year as law clerk to several district and superior court judges in Rutland. Since 1982, I have practiced law in Rutland with Bob Pratt, concentrating my practice in real estate and commercial transactions, representation of lenders and borrowers, and appellate work. Often, I have worked as local counsel on Vermont transactions, coordinating with outside firms or in-house counsel.  I have represented condominium developers and associations.  I am an agent for First American Title Insurance Company, and have handled title claims on behalf of, and against, title companies.  I am also certified to mediate foreclosure cases under the federal Home Affordability Modification Program (“HAMP”).


My pastimes include gardening and restoring antique cars and vintage radio equipment. I am a ski instructor in the Junior Instructional Ski Program at Bromley ski area.

Community Involvement

For 30 years I served as a commissioner on the Rutland Regional and Town of Ira Planning Commissions.



“BV®” (Distinguished/Very High Ethical Standards) Martindale-Hubbell peer-review rated™.





University of Vermont (Burlington, VT)
B.A., 1978
Phi Beta Kappa.


Vermont Law School (South Royalton, VT)
J.D., 1981



Rutland County Bar Association


Vermont Bar Association