Tiffany F. Ng

Associate

“Strategic analysis and application of critical legal decisions prove essential for a winning argument, especially in the appellate arena.”

  • Practices
  • Memberships
      • Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area
      • Contra Costa County Bar Association

Tiffany F. Ng

Associate

2033 North Main Street, Suite 800, Walnut Creek, CA 94596
T: 925.930.6600 F: 925.930.6620


An associate dedicated to the firm’s Appellate practice, Tiffany Ng applies herself to analyzing challenging issues in California’s appellate courts. 

Refined Approaches to Perplexing Topics
Having served as both a legal practitioner and a forensic accountant, Tiffany approaches each case with a keen eye for detail. Her skills as an appellate attorney include analyzing lengthy and complex records on appeal, concisely summarizing the procedural history and relevant facts of cases, identifying key legal principles through focused research, evaluating potential issues, and crafting persuasive legal arguments. 

Tiffany’s practice requires insight into complex cases where the lines are often blurred. A former research assistant at UC Hastings College of the Law, Tiffany’s knack for spotting issues, conducting precise legal research, and sharpening arguments through a rigorous editing process exemplify her thoughtful approach to enigmatic disputes.

A Global Perspective
In the early part of her career, Tiffany gained valuable international know-how working at the Beijing Arbitration Commission in China, as well as consulting with clients in Japan and Taiwan. Her experiences give her a unique insight into foreign practices, attuning her to nuances in legal culture and business dynamics which is essential to the ever-changing global economy.

Caring for the Community
Committed to giving back, Tiffany uses her free time to volunteer at the AABA/APILO Monthly Immigration Clinic in San Francisco. During law school, she served as a Mandarin and Cantonese interpreter for the Legal Advice and Referral clinic at Hastings College of the Law, and was a member of the school’s Pro Bono Society. She has also worked previously with Bay Area Legal Aid, representing at-risk clients at administrative hearings and settlement conferences. 

Before Archer Norris
Tiffany worked previously at a healthcare litigation law firm in Oakland, California. In addition to her appellate practice, she focused on matters including HIPAA and state law privacy issues, federal and state employment claims, and unfair and deceptive business practice class actions. She served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Joseph C. Spero in the United States District Court, Northern District of California, as well as a graduate fellow for the California Department of Insurance.

Overview

An associate dedicated to the firm’s Appellate practice, Tiffany Ng applies herself to analyzing challenging issues in California’s appellate courts. 

Refined Approaches to Perplexing Topics
Having served as both a legal practitioner and a forensic accountant, Tiffany approaches each case with a keen eye for detail. Her skills as an appellate attorney include analyzing lengthy and complex records on appeal, concisely summarizing the procedural history and relevant facts of cases, identifying key legal principles through focused research, evaluating potential issues, and crafting persuasive legal arguments. 

Tiffany’s practice requires insight into complex cases where the lines are often blurred. A former research assistant at UC Hastings College of the Law, Tiffany’s knack for spotting issues, conducting precise legal research, and sharpening arguments through a rigorous editing process exemplify her thoughtful approach to enigmatic disputes.

A Global Perspective
In the early part of her career, Tiffany gained valuable international know-how working at the Beijing Arbitration Commission in China, as well as consulting with clients in Japan and Taiwan. Her experiences give her a unique insight into foreign practices, attuning her to nuances in legal culture and business dynamics which is essential to the ever-changing global economy.

Caring for the Community
Committed to giving back, Tiffany uses her free time to volunteer at the AABA/APILO Monthly Immigration Clinic in San Francisco. During law school, she served as a Mandarin and Cantonese interpreter for the Legal Advice and Referral clinic at Hastings College of the Law, and was a member of the school’s Pro Bono Society. She has also worked previously with Bay Area Legal Aid, representing at-risk clients at administrative hearings and settlement conferences. 

Before Archer Norris
Tiffany worked previously at a healthcare litigation law firm in Oakland, California. In addition to her appellate practice, she focused on matters including HIPAA and state law privacy issues, federal and state employment claims, and unfair and deceptive business practice class actions. She served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Joseph C. Spero in the United States District Court, Northern District of California, as well as a graduate fellow for the California Department of Insurance.

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Education

University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D., 2014

  • Dean's Scholarship Award

  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award - Insurance Law

  • Hastings Business Law Journal, Senior Technology Editor

  • Hastings Chinese American Law Association, President

  • Pro Bono Society

University of California, Berkeley, B.A., 2009

  • Omicron Delta Epsilon Honor Society

Admission

  • State Bar of California, 2014
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California

Languages

  • Chinese - Mandarin
  • Chinese - Cantonese
  • Japanese

Practices

Memberships

  • Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area
  • Contra Costa County Bar Association