Tarina Mand represents plaintiffs in complex litigation matters, including class action and mass tort cases. Prior to representing plaintiffs, Tarina worked in civil defense representing complex tort and professional liability clients, focusing primarily on legal malpractice defense.
Tarina has second-chaired trials, cross-examined several witnesses, and successfully written and argued various substantive law and motion matters.
Tarina has an affinity for public service and helping others in the community. She is the co-chair of the Women’s Advocacy Committee for Lawyers Club, an organization committed to advancing the status of women in the law and society. In her free time, she provides pro bono legal services to veterans, and victims of human and civil rights violations.
Tarina earned her Juris Doctor Degree from the California Western School of Law where she received the Distinguished Student Award in 2016. She was an active member of the Moot Court Honors Board. She won first place at the intra-school Gafford trial competition and first place at the regional inter-school trial team competition for the American Association of Justice.
Tarina earned her Bachelor of Arts in Literature from the University of California, San Diego.