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While attending law school, Tara worked as a Certified Legal Intern for the Johnson County Prosecutor’s Office where she gained experience in the courtroom. During her time in law school, Tara served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) with Child Advocates of Marion County and as a board member of the Family Law Society.
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While in Law School Tara was a law clerk to Judge Debra Urbano-DiSalvo, a criminal court Judge in Suffolk County. While working for Judge Urbano-DiSalvo Tara performed legal research on various criminal law issues.
After graduating Law School in 2005, Tara went into private practice and began...
A 2003 graduate of Seattle University, Ms. Reck returned to her alma mater and obtained her Juris Doctor from Seattle University School of Law in 2006. While in law school, she...
Tara has an expertise in litigation of cases involving children charged as adults. Tara is a member of the Colorado Graham and Miller litigation committee and is working on a number of cases involving the resentencing of juveniles originally sentenced to life without parole. Tara also works...
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