Tiffany Feder


Tiffany’s advocacy on behalf of her clients is relentless. 

Tiffany graduated from the University of California Los Angeles where she studied History and Philosophy.  She served as the president of Phi Alpha Theta, UCLA’s chapter of the History Honors Society as well as Golden Key National Honors Society.  In addition, Tiffany served as the Undergraduate Representative of the Philosophy Department at UCLA where she helped found the Philosophy minor.  Tiffany volunteered at Bet Tzedek Legal Services which is a non-profit organization that provides free legal advice and representation to low-income residents of Los Angeles.

Tiffany handles both state and federal criminal matters and is admitted into the Central District of California.

A native to Southern California, Tiffany is the daughter of Israeli parents and is fluent in both Hebrew and Spanish.  She has handled many complex federal matters.


Aggressive and Sensitive

Ms. Feder is both aggressive and sensitive in her representation of her clients. She has been successful in representing her clients accused of drunk driving, voluntary manslaughter, domestic violence, possession, identity theft, elder abuse and assault with a deadly weapon. On the federal level, Ms. Feder has successfully represented clients in money laundering, extortion, fraud, real estate fraud, drug sales, white collar crime.