Tamiko B. Herron (Associate) born Los Angeles, California June 21, 1965 admitted to bar, 1991; California Education: University of California-Los Angeles (B.A. Political Science, 1988); Pepperdine University (J.D., 1991); Alpha Kappa Alpha. Member: Los Angeles County Bar Association, State Bar of California, past Board Member At Large-Consumer Attorneys of California, past member of Trial Attorneys for Public Justice, past President of the Diversity and Law Foundation. Practice Areas: Personal Injury Law, emphasis in Employment Litigation. Tamiko is a native Californian and has lived her entire life in Los Angeles. After her graduation from Pepperdine University School of Law, Tamiko became active in defending the rights of indigents to adequate housing and in providing legal aid to victims of domestic violence. She moved to the private sector in 1995 and became an active member of the plaintiffs' bar. She was drawn to the legal field by her desire to do work that is meaningful, challenging, and that has a positive impact on society. She is responsible for client representation during depositions, court hearings, mediations, and trial. When she's not working, she spends time reading and traveling.