Tammy Chu

Associate

Tammy Chu

1024 645 Karr Tuttle Campbell

Tammy Chu is an associate in the Trusts and Estates Department. Prior to joining Karr Tuttle, Tammy represented personal representatives, beneficiaries, and Trustees before the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Tammy Chu is an associate in the Trusts and Estates Department.  Prior to joining Karr Tuttle, Tammy represented personal representatives, beneficiaries, and Trustees before the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Tammy earned her Juris Doctor from Southwestern Law School.  While attending law school, Tammy was an Extern for the Honorable Rolf M. Treu of the Los Angeles Superior Court.  Tammy also served as a Board Member of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association and Co-Business Affairs Director for the Student Bar Association.

She obtained her Bachelor degree from the University of California, Los Angeles with dual majors in History and European Studies and a minor in French and Francophone Studies.

She is licensed to practice in California and Washington and is conversant in Mandarin and Taiwanese.

  • Trust and Estates
  • J.D., Southwestern Law School
  • B.A., History and European Studies; Minor– French and Francophone Studies- University of California Los Angeles
  • Washington State Bar
  • California State Bar

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