Tiffany D. Garland is a graduate of LSU Law Center in Baton Rouge. Prior to attending law school, Tiffany earned two Bachelor of Science degrees. The first from Middle Tennessee State University, concentrating on Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement and the second from Louisiana State University, completing her Psychology coursework. She had the privilege of working for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation as a Fingerprint Identification Specialist immediately following her graduation from MTSU.
While attending LSU Law Center, Tiffany served as Professor Alain Levasseur's research assistant. As his assistant she was fortunate enough to be credited on multiple academic publications. In addition to her work with Professor Levasseur, Tiffany participated in Moot Court, served on the Moot Court Board, and as Chair of the Tullis Moot Court Competition Committee. She also served as President to the LSU Intellectual Property Law Association and founded and established the LSU Immigration Law Association. Aside from her scholastic pursuits at LSU Law Center, Tiffany received multiple referrals from professors and practitioners for contract work allowing her to gain exposure to multiple facets of the law and invaluable experience performing paralegal and attorney level work, all prior to graduating from law school.
Following graduation, Tiffany worked with firms in Lafayette, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Seattle, WA. She has experience in multiple practice areas on both plaintiff and defense sides and in both the common and civil law systems. In addition to her litigation experience, Tiffany has had the wonderful opportunity to work for the Louisiana Legislature for three consecutive legislative sessions. She is admitted to practice in Louisiana and is an active member of the Louisiana State Bar Association and the New Orleans Bar Association.
When she is not actively engaged in the practice of law, Tiffany spends her time being physically active, learning new recipes, and painting or developing her artistic skills. During the fall, she can be found watching LSU football games in and around the French Quarter, or attending them in person.
Languages Spoken: Spanish
Anyone working with Tiffany Garland, client or colleague, is in great company. For as long as I've known her, several years now, she's amazed me with her confidence, poise, and uncanny ability to not only know what's right, but to do it, without fail and without a look back. She's an amazing attorney and an amazing person, and I'm very lucky to call her my friend.
Jacques LeJeune Speeding & Traffic Ticket Attorney
I worked with Ms. Garland during three legislative sessions in the Louisiana Legislative Bureau, two of them literally side-by-side. Ms. Garland has the ability to skillfully analyze an issue, a quality that should prove of great benefit to her clients. Ms. Garland also has exceptional writing skills with the ability to clearly and concisely convey her legal reasoning.
Ronald Stutes Estate Planning Attorney
|LA||Eligible to practice law||2011||01/15/2014|
|Attorney||Self Employed Attorney||2012 - Present|
|Staff Attorney||USAgencies||2012 - 2012|
|Assoicate||Swetman Baxter Massenburg||2011 - 2012|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|New Orleans Bar Association||Member||2012 - Present|
|Louisiana State Bar Association||Member||2011 - Present|
|Textbook||The Law of the European Union||2013|
|Textbook||Louisiana Sales and Lease Precis||2011|
|Textbook||Louisiana Pocket Civil Code||2010|
|International Report||Sea Pollution: Criminal Offences; Criminal and Administrative Penalties; Liability - United States||2010|
|Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center||Law||N/A||2011|
|Louisiana State University||Psychology||BS - Bachelor of Science||2007|
|Middle Tennessee State University||Criminal Justice Administration||BS - Bachelor of Science||2003|