Born in Hardin, Montana, Tim Fox graduated from Hardin High School. He attended the University of Montana and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in geology and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Montana School of Law. Attorney General Fox has more than 25 years of public and private law experience in Montana.
He clerked for then-Associate Justice L.C. Gulbranson of the Montana Supreme Court after law school. He has worked in solo practice, with the Billings firm Moulton, Bellingham and Longo, and for the State as an attorney and division administrator with the Department of Environmental Quality. After three years as a State of Montana employee, he established a law firm in Billings where he served as a contract public defender for the City of Billings, practicing criminal law, in addition to maintaining a civil law practice.
Tim is married to Karen Wagner and together they have four children and one grandchild.