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Tamara Lange is a Senior Attorney at the National Center for Youth Law and has a private mediation practice. She is a settlement conference officer for the San Francisco Superior Court and serves on the Alameda County Superior Court’s mediation panel. Ms. Lange previously worked as a litigator in private firms, at the ACLU’s LGBT & AIDS Project and for Santa Clara County Counsel, where she founded the Impact Litigation & Social Justice Section. She has extensive experience briefing, arguing and settling complex, high-value and emotionally charged disputes. Her primary expertise is in constitutional and public law, and she has handled matters involving everything from intellectual property to insurance coverage to family law. Ms. Lange received her J.D. from Berkeley Law in 1995 and clerked in federal trial and appellate courts. Her teaching is informed by her wide-ranging curiosity, her reiki and meditation practices and her experience as a parent in what she considers to be the most humbling of all negotiated relationships.
J.D., UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall)
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