Tamika Washington, ESQ.
Tamika Washington is a Partner with Legis Group LLC. Ms. Washington's legal practice is focused on probate law, real estate and employment discrimination. Her work has a unique distinction in that she assists clients in the defense and pursuit of claims regarding fraudulent title transfer.
Prior to joining Legis Group, Ms. Washington founded the Law Offices of Tamika Washington, P.C., where she worked tirelessly for 12 years on behalf of employees in federal court, advised large entities on employee compliance, and assisted estate administrators in handling the property of their loved ones and in pursuing wrongfully transferred property.
Ms. Washington has previously served as a Philadelphia Assistant City Solicitor, where she successfully litigated hundreds of cases involving experts in the physical and mental well-being of children and their families. Her wealth of experience has further been honed during her service as an arbitrator and volunteer Arbitration Judge Pro Tempore (settlement judge) for the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia, where she presided over commercial transactions, real estate matters, and claims against transportation agencies and municipal authorities.
Ms. Washington received her Juris Doctor from Temple University School of Law, and her Bachelor's Degree from Brooklyn College, City University of New York. She is admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar, and the Eastern and Middle Districts of Pennsylvania.
Ms. Washington is dedicated to enriching her legal and civic community. She is a Voting Member of the Pennsylvania Bar House of Delegates, and is the former Vice President for the National Bar Association, Women Lawyers Division in Philadelphia. Ms. Washington is co-founder of the Legal Ministry at Sharon Baptist Church in Philadelphia, and serves as a deacon at the church. She serves on the board of My Place Germantown, a non-profit organization that provides permanent housing for the disabled homeless. Mrs. Washington also serves as a Volunteer Attorney at educational workshops regarding property rights through the non-profit "Let's See if We Can Help, Inc."
Ms. Washington resides with her husband, Charles Washington, and sons in Philadelphia.