Tambry Lynette Bradford, a partner in the Commercial Litigation Department of Pepper Hamilton LLP, was recently named to the Los Angeles County Bar Association's (LACBA's) "Black History Month Honorees" list, which recognized 10 past and present bar leaders.
LACBA's profile of Ms. Bradford noted her work in commercial litigation matters as well as the fact that she is a former member of the California Minority Counsel Program Ambassadors Council and a 2016 Fellow of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity. She is also a volunteer for the LACBA’s Domestic Violence Project, which has assisted more than 100,000 men, women and children since it was founded more than 35 years ago.
Founded in 1878, LACBA is one of the largest voluntary metropolitan bar associations in the country, with more than 20,000 members. LACBA serves attorneys, judges and other legal professionals through 26 sections, committees, networking events, live and on-demand CLE programs, and pro bono opportunities, as well as public service and informational resources.