Tarin Tomlinson-Lane, Esq. is a member of the Summary Judgment Department where her work focuses on handling summary judgment motions and deposing opposing parties. A “people person,” she most enjoys being a reassuring presence to clients, the majority of whom have never been involved in litigation before and tend to be nervous about being sued.
She is active in several charitable and civic organizations. Tarin is a Board Member of Empowered to the Third, an organization that fosters the self-actualization of women. She is also a volunteer with the Sonia and Celina Sotomayor High School Judicial Internship Program, an organization that aims to help underprivileged high school students realize their dream of pursuing a career in law. Prior to joining the firm, she worked as Director of Transitional Services for an organization that advocated for improved employment options for persons with disabilities.
She is married with 2 children.
St. John’s University School of Law, JD 2014
City University of New York, York College, BS 2010
American Bar Association
Empowered to the Third, Board Member
Sonia and Celina Sotomayor High School Judicial Internship Program, Volunteer
Contributor, New York State Bar Association Commercial Division Law Report (2013)