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Tamika R. Nordstrom

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“I chose Taylor English because of the innovative way the firm thinks about the practice of law and the business of law. The firm allows its attorneys to truly focus on what is important in our practices – our clients and good client service. It is refreshing to be a part of such a forward thinking organization.”

Tamika R. Nordstrom is a partner of Taylor English’s Employment and Labor Relations Practice Group. Ms. Nordstrom’s practice encompasses a range of employment litigation and arbitration. Her employment and litigation practice has included matters involving discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims pursuant to title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) as well as state-specific employment law claims.

Ms. Nordstrom serves as a trusted advisor and counselor to corporate clients across the United States regarding all aspects of employment litigation, arbitration and counseling. She represents clients on matters related to negotiating settlement and severance agreements, assisting corporations in all areas of employment practices, including hiring, wage and hour issues, termination and investigation of employment disputes. Additionally, Ms. Nordstrom assists clients in drafting and seeking enforcement of non-competition and trade secret agreements.

Ms. Nordstrom has practiced in multiple federal and state trial and appellate courts and has frequently tried bench and jury trials.


Alumni Board President, 2004 –  2006

Alumni Board Vice President, 2002 –  2004

American Bar Association, 1998 – present

American Employment Law Council, 2011 –  present

Co-chair, Leadership Committee, 2005 –  2007

DePauw University, Alumni of Color Council, 2005 –  2008

DePauw University, Board of Visitors, 2006 –  2008

Diversity Implementation Task Force, 2007

Gate City Bar Association, 2008 –  present

Georgia Association of Black Women Lawyers, 2008 –  present

Georgia Association of Women Lawyers, 2008 –  present

Hamline University School of Law Alumni Board, 2000 –  2006

Hennepin County Bar Association, 1998 –  2008

Lawyer’s Club of Atlanta, 2008 –  present

Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers, 1997 –  2008

Minnesota State Bar Association, 1997 –  2008

Minnesota Supreme Court, Gender Fairness Implementation Committee, 2005

Minnesota Women Lawyers, 1998 –  2008

National Bar Association, 2002 –  present

Nominations Committee, 2006 –  2007

State Bar of Georgia, 2007 –  present

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Hamline University School of Law, JD, 1997

   Journal of Public Law and Policy, 1995-97 Frederick Douglass Moot Court, 1st in Region, 2nd National, Best Oralist, 1996

DePauw University, BA, Sociology, Political Science, 1993

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