About Ms. Harris

IMG_20151126_2Tatarsha D. Harris, Esq.  is a Civil Litigator with over 15 years of practice experience.  Ms. Harris regularly represents parents and children in juvenile matters, custody, child support, limited and absolute divorce, alimony, adoption, same sex nuptials, second parent adoption, prosecution and defense of domestic violence, marital contracts, marital torts, and parental child abduction matters.

Tatarsha also maintains a thriving civil litigation practice, providing representation to businesses and individuals in matters involving contract law, premises liability and personal injury law and commercial litigation.

The firm motto is “My mission is Your Success”.  As such, clients of the firm are successful in the trial, appellate court and federal court.  Tatarsha’s concentration in litigation began early in her legal career.  Upon graduating from Seton Hall School of Law, she went on to serve as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Catherine Langlois for the New Jersey Superior Court.  Tatarsha then served as a solicitor in the Department of Law for the City of Newark.  It is in the Law Department, where Tatarsha developed her passion for litigation and honed her craft by prosecuting and defending complex civil cases for the city.

Upon relocating to Maryland,  Tatarsha practiced for several years in the Family Law and in the Civil Litigation department of one of Baltimore County’s largest law firms. She subsequently developed a thriving private practice.

The key to her success is her ability to provide clients with the quality of work that one would receive at a large law firm, with the personal, hands-on approach that one can only receive from a small firm.  Tatarsha has been recognized by her community for providing outstanding legal service. In 2014, her firm was named as one of “Baltimore City’s Finest”. She continues to proficiently guide her clients to the best possible outcome for their situation by providing objective and insightful legal advice, zealously advocating for her client’s best interest, and skillfully litigating on their behalf.