Tamara A. Yeritsyan
Tel: (877) 446-2529
Fax: (626) 449-5572
- Common Interest Developments
- Condominium Law
- Construction Contracts
- General Counsel
- Assessment Recovery
- Southwestern Law School, J.D., Cum Laude, Dean’s Merit Scholar, Dean’s List, Executive Dean’s Fellow
- University of California with Honors, B.A., International Studies, Summa Cum Laude, Provost Honor’s List
- California, 2016
- Southwestern Alumni Association
- Armenian Bar Association
- Pasadena Bar Association
Tamara A. Yeritsyan, Esq. is the newest member of the growing Community Associations Practice Group. She will also assist clients with litigation matters. Tamara brings extensive trial preparation and arbitration/mediation expertise to the team. Prior to joining R|O|D, Tamara handled critical law and motion matters in personal injury, general liability and contract disputes. Having initiated her legal career at one of the leading labor law firms in Los Angeles, Tamara also has substantial experience in advising clients in a variety of employment related matters, including sexual harassment; discrimination based on age, race, sex, national origin, religion and disability; along with wage and hour violations, and wrongful termination.
She has appeared in state court and before administrative agencies including the Department of Labor and Standards Enforcement and the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing. Tamara’s fluent knowledge of Spanish, Armenian, Russian and Georgian languages allows her to build stronger relationships with a diverse audience and adds to her client agility.
Continuing her love of teaching from law school where she served as an Executive Dean’s Fellow and continues to serve as a Graduate Teacher’s Assistant, Tamara works with the bar exam review course, BarBri and privately tutors law graduates who are preparing to take the California State Bar licensing exam.
Raised by a family of musicians, in her free time, Tamara enjoys playing the piano and aspires to join Los Angeles Lawyers Philharmonic Orchestra.