Tina Locklear

Principal and Managing Attorney 

Tina Locklear has more than 17 years of experience in law, with a focus on employment law for the last 5 years.  As the Principal of the plaintiff's firm she founded in 2006, she seeks to creatively find solutions for clients.  Her holistic approach takes into consideration what the client’s goals are, their financial capabilities, and their emotional ability to deal with the cumbersome legal system. 

“My pledge to each client is that we will give your cause a voice and find a solution that puts you in a better place than before you came to us.  I will oversee your case from beginning to end, and always return your calls or emails."

Tina loves to travel, play golf and take her dog on long walks in the park. She enjoys meditation and yoga, and she is always up for a good game of Scrabble.

LEGAL BACKGROUND

 Prior to managing her own law office, Tina was General Counsel of the technology and information division of a Fortune 300 Company from 2000 to 2006.

Tina received her law degree from the Western State University College of Law, where she graded onto Law Review and served as Staff, Symposium Editor, and Managing Editor.  

Memberships with organizations

Presently Tina is a member of CELA, California Employment Lawyers Association, a group dedicated to representing employees only and raising employee rights in California. She is on their Legislative Committee, seeking to improve the laws for employee rights.  www.cela.org

Tina is also a member of the Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC), a group dedicated to Plaintiff’s work on behalf of injured consumers. 

Additional memberships include the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association (OCTLA), the Orange County Bar Association (OCBA), and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA).

 


Contributions to community

In addition, the firm does pro bono work on behalf of those “without a voice” including animals, and homeless persons needing help accessing services. Tina offers her services to the Orange County Bar Association Modest Means panel.     

Tina also serves as President of Orange County People for Animals, an animal rights organization that seeks to educate and bring awareness of institutionalized animal abuse in our society.  www.ocpausa.org

 
Her beloved dog, Rufus.

Her beloved dog, Rufus.

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— Ghandi