Timothy C. MacDonnell is a Clinical Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University School of Law and the Director of the Advanced Administrative Litigation Clinic. The Advanced Administrative Litigation Clinic (Black Lung Clinic) represents former coal miners and their surviving spouses as they pursue black lung benefits from their former employers. He also teaches criminal law and criminal procedure. Professor MacDonnell served on active duty in the United States Army for 21 years and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel. During his service, Professor MacDonnell was an Air Defense Artillery Officer for four years before transitioning to the Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAG). As a JAG, Professor MacDonnell served as a trial counsel, chief of criminal law, criminal law professor, deputy chief of the Trial Counsel Assistance Program, attorney-advisor in the Judge Advocate General’s Criminal Law Division, and a legal advisor to the Iraqi High Tribunal.