Tasha M. LaSpina
Tasha LaSpina works within various teams preparing complex discovery demands, as well as drafting motions, client status reports, case evaluations, and preparing a wide range of litigation-related deliverables to clients, opposing counsel and judges. She covers court conferences, defends depositions, and helps teams prepare for trial. Tasha also conducts legal research on a range of relevant issues, including legal defenses, appellate decisions, jury trials and awards, and judicial rulings.
Tasha enjoys the opportunity to apply creative solutions to legal issues, and to utilize her strong writing and advocacy skills.
Prior to joining the legal profession, Tasha worked in the financial sector, the non-profit sector, and as an employee engagement consultant.
- Published Note: Tasha M. LaSpina, Note, Eliminating the need for a "Plan B" When Trying To Obtain Plan B: The Need for a Federal Law Requiring Pharmacists To Dispense Emergency Contraception, 12 GEO. J. GENDER & L. 213 (2011))
- The Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law (Annual Review Articles Editor for Family Law section)