Tim Junkin is the founder and was the executive director of Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy, a ShoreRivers legacy organization, for its first seven years. He remains on staff in an advisory capacity. He is an attorney with thirty years of experience as a trial lawyer and advocate of civil rights, an award winning writer with three books under publication (all centered around the Choptank River-Eastern Bay area), and a teacher. His books, in chronological order, are The Waterman, Good Counsel, and Bloodsworth.
He co-founded and for two decades served as the managing partner of a private law firm in Washington D.C. Tim spent much of his boyhood in Talbot County, graduating from Easton High School in 1969. He graduated from the University of Maryland in 1973, and completed his law studies at Georgetown University Law Center in 1977. He has taught at American University, Georgetown University Law Center, Harvard University Law School, and the Bethesda Writer’s Center.