Santa Clara University School of Law, J.D.
- Honors Moot Court Internal Competition
- Best Oralist Semi-Final Round
- Best Overall Team
- Runner-Up Best Overall Brief
- Journal of International Law
- Senior Comments Editor
- Honors Moot Court Internal Board
- Advocacy Chair
- Women and Law: Benefit Chair
- Research Assistant to Dean of Santa Clara Law: Lisa Kloppenberg
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award
Simon Fraser University, B.A.
- Communications major, Sociology minor
- First Class Honors
- Dean’s Honor Roll
- Judicial Extern for the Honorable Justice Nathan Mihara of the Sixth District Court of Appeal, California
Tamarah Prevost is an Associate at Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, LLP, practicing in a wide range of civil litigation areas including employment law, securities class actions, and antitrust litigation.
Ms. Prevost regularly represents employees in a variety of employment disputes, including those involving stock options and start-up companies, whistleblowers, and victims of discrimination. Ms. Prevost is a member of the Bar Association of San Francisco, the San Mateo County Bar Association, and was a panelist speaker at the Consumer Attorneys of California Annual Convention in 2017.
Ms. Prevost received her J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law. While at Santa Clara, Ms. Prevost was named the Best Oral Advocate in the Semi Final Round of Santa Clara Law’s Honors Moot Court Competition, and was published in the Santa Clara Journal of International Law. She received the CALI Award for her “Leadership for Lawyers” class and maintained a heavy involvement in the Women and Law Association. Ms. Prevost continues to be a regular supporter of organizations that serve victims of domestic violence.
Prior to law school, Ms. Prevost lived in Vancouver, British Columbia, obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree with First Class Honors from Simon Fraser University. She took a semester off during this time to live in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica and volunteer at a non-profit organization committed to alleviating poverty for the indigenous population. While living in Vancouver, Ms. Prevost was also actively involved in the Rotary Club of New Westminster. After law school, she worked at the Justice Education Society, on various violence against women initiatives.
Ms. Prevost is the Governance Director, on the Board of Directors for the Digital Moose Lounge, a non-profit organization that serves as the first point of contact for Canadians new to the Bay Area.