Fitz graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. in Biology and went on to earn an M.S. in biotechnology from Harvard University. He is the founder of The Law Pod, a company that sells iPhone and Blackberry legal software, and donates 10% of the revenue to fund a scholarship for William & Mary law students interested in intellectual property law. At William & Mary, Fitz was the technical editor for the William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, the President of both the Student Intellectual Property Society and the American Constitution Society, and the webmaster for the Student Bar Association. During summer 2009, he participated in the William & Mary Summer Law Program in Madrid, Spain, and also worked as an intern with the technology and computer crime division of the Office of the Attorney General in Richmond, Virginia. He spent summer 2010 as a summer associate with Frommer, Lawrence & Haug, LLP in New York, New York, and joined the firm as an associate after graduation.
His Own Words
"My favorite part about William & Mary is the people. From the moment I arrived on campus, every person I met was friendly, helpful, and kind. Any preconceptions I had about law school as intimidating went right out the window. My professors were interesting and engaging. The deans and administrators were attentive and involved. The students came from all over the country, but when they arrived at W&M they seemed to all take up the unique, open attitude of the school."