Tiffany Faith joined Juvenile Law Center in the summer of 2015. As an integral member of the legal team, Tiffany works across all Juvenile Law Center’s project areas, manages an active litigation docket, and has been responsible for the production and filing of hundreds of amicus and appellate briefs in state and federal courts across the country, including several landmark cases in the U.S. Supreme Court. She has also contributed to numerous policy reports and law review articles. Tiffany is particularly passionate in her work to end life without parole and other extreme sentences all too commonly imposed on youth. She is committed to uplifting racial justice arguments in amicus and appellate advocacy and advancing the paralegal profession through mentorship, education, and networking.
In May of 2015, Faith graduated with a 4.0 from the ABA approved Paralegal Certificate program at Rowan College at Gloucester County where she was awarded the Feather Quill Award for her academic achievement in legal research and writing.
Tiffany also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. While attending school, Faith worked with and advocated for children in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems through internships with Camden County Women’s Center and Robins’ Nest Inc. She also helped provide supplemental educational services to migrant children via employment with Gloucester County Special Services School District.
Tiffany is an active member of the Philadelphia Bar Association, The Philadelphia Association of Paralegals, Keystone Alliance of Paralegal Associations, National Federation of Paralegal Associations, Inc., and Lambda Epsilon Chi National Paralegal Honor Society.
Articles and Publications
Article & Publication Contributions
Karen U. Lindell & Katrina L. Goodjoint, Rethinking Justice for Emerging Adults: Spotlight on the Great Lakes Region (2020)
Nadia Mozaffar et al., Credit Overdue: How States Can Mitigate Academic Credit Transfer Problems for youth in the Juvenile Justice System (2020)
Marsha L. Levick, Kids Are Different: The United States Supreme Court Reforms Youth Sentencing Practices for Youth Prosecuted in the Criminal Justice System (2019)
Jessica Feierman, Karen U. Lindell, & Natane Eaddy, Unlocking Youth: Legal Strategies to End Solitary Confinement in Juvenile Facilities (2017)
Jessica Feierman, Naomi Goldstein, Emily Haney-Caron, & Jaymes Fairfax Columbo, Debtors' Prison for Kids? The Hight Cost of Fines and Fees in the Juvenile Justice System (2016)