That's why T.V. Weber's book on the Constitution and its original intent is such a pleasant surprise. -- A Reasonable Man by syndicated columnist Charley Reese, January, 2005
About the Author
T.V. Weber is a lawyer who has written a number of legal and public policy articles.
He wrote several articles for the now-defunct National Trial Lawyer, a publication that presented legal analysis for the professional in terms that could be understood and appreciated by the layman, such as clients in the waiting room or the staff at a law firm. His editor described him as having "an ability to explain complicated legal issues in laymans terms and to demystify the law."
In addition to writing articles about the law for popular consumption, he was an assistant editor for his schools law review. One of his academic projects, Privacy at Risk in the Age of Information: Does the Social Security Number Reveal Too Many Secrets, was published in the November 1993 issue of National Trial Lawyer. He also was awarded his Juris Doctor, cum laude in 1993. He was an adjunct professor at Governors State University in the spring of 1995.
Currently, he writes a column for the Serbianna website and his work can be found on other sites often co-authored with his wife, Alida. During the Kosovo War and its aftermath, the Webers wrote numerous articles that were published and made available to the press via the Internet. Some of their work has been translated into various languages and has run in several foreign publications.
Prior to entering the law, his business ventures regularly took him to the proverbial "Main Street, U.S.A." He lived for many years in Kane County, Illinois, where he became involved with local politics.
Currently, he is the corporate counsel for the Brite Site family of companies in Chicago, Illinois. He also provides legal/business consultation to small businesses.
He has a daughter, Becky, and lives with his wife, Alida, in Chicago, Illinois.