Tammy practices in the areas of intellectual property, entertainment, business transactional matters, and business litigation.
Tammy received her law degree from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Rhetoric from the University of California Berkeley.
During law school, Tammy served as Editor-in-Chief of Production for the Los Angeles Public Interest Law Journal. Tammy also participated in Loyola’s Copyright Moot Court competition where she and her teammate won the award for Best Overall Advocates.
Prior to joining KHS, Tammy participated in the Hobbs District Attorney program and tried felony preliminary hearings as a certified law clerk at the Los Angeles District Attorney. She also worked on entertainment, intellectual property, and privacy matters as a law clerk at Harder Mirell & Abrams, LLP.