Tammy E. Linn graduated with honors from Brooklyn Law School, where she was an Executive Notes and Comments Editor of Brooklyn Law Review and a writer for the 2009 Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Competition, a national moot court competition focused on appellate advocacy of criminal evidence issues. Also during law school, she interned for the Honorable David Trager in the Eastern District of New York and served as a teaching assistant in Legal Writing I and II.
After graduation, she joined the Children’s Law Center as a post-graduate fellow in its trial division, and then as an appellate attorney. She represented children in custody, visitation, paternity, abuse, and neglect cases, and argued before the First and Second Departments. She received a B.A. with honors in Psychology and Sociology (Criminal Justice Track) at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.