Kim Tabin Mann

Senior Associate

Education
Loyola Law School
University of California, Los Angeles

Bar Admissions
State of California
United States District Court, Central District
United States District Court, Southern District
United States District Court, Eastern District

Contact
(310) 643-0111

Kim Tabin Mann's practice encompasses a variety of areas of the law, including business litigation, lemon law defense, products liability, habitability, HOA law, and personal injury. She was admitted to the State Bar of California in December 2010. She is also admitted to the United States District Court for the Central and Southern Districts of California.

Preferring to go by her middle name, Tabin graduated from Loyola Law School in 2010, working as a research assistant during her second and third years. She received her bachelor's degree in Asian American Studies with a minor in Women's Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles, in 2005. During her time between college and law school, she worked as a personal assistant for an executive family, but it was ultimately her love of Constitutional law that led her back to school to pursue her JD.

Tabin began her legal career as a law clerk at Schlichter & Shonack, and quickly advanced to the position of senior associate attorney. In her time at the firm, she has gained extensive experience in handling all phases of litigation, including the initial filing, written discovery, depositions, drafting of dispositive motions, alternative dispute resolution, and trial. Tabin's goal for her practice is to favorably resolve cases in an efficient and effective manner, all in the interest of her clients. Having won on her first brief to the Court of Appeals, assisting on the firm's appellate cases has become part of her practice.

Born in to a military family, Tabin has lived in a number of locales, including South Korea, Washington, Hawaii, and California, which has helped her in her legal practice. The unique experience gained from living in such diverse communities allow her to look at her cases with different perspectives and to effectively communicate with her clients.

In her spare time, she volunteers for a non-profit charity organization to help raise money for a variety of causes, including children's cancer research, suicide prevention for at-risk teens, global equality rights for women, and childhood literacy.