Tamar Prince, a member of Olshan’s Litigation Group, performs legal research, analyzes evidence, interviews clients, drafts affidavits and motions, and assists throughout litigation.

With exceptional research and drafting skills honed as a legal intern to the Honorable Esther Salas of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey and the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women, Tamar excels in crafting compelling arguments and building strong cases.

While in law school, in addition to her legal internships, Tamar was the managing editor of the Rutgers University Law Review, served as a student attorney at the Rutgers Criminal and Youth Justice Clinic, won numerous honors and awards, and was a moot court finalist in the David Cohn Appellate Advocacy Competition. Tamar was a litigation project assistant at an Am Law 200 law firm before attending law school.

Before joining the firm full-time, Tamar was a summer associate at Olshan in 2022.

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J.D., Rutgers Law School, 2023 

  • Managing Editor, Rutgers University Law Review
  • Rutgers Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award
  • Dean’s Pro Bono Publico Award for Exceptional Service with Distinction
  • Dean’s List
  • Dean’s Merit Scholarship Recipient

B.A., University of Rochester, 2018

  • Dean’s List
  • Golden Key International Honor Society


  • New York (not yet admitted)
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