Tallis Radwick joined The Zalkin Law Firm in 2020 after previously working as an intern at our firm’s San Diego office. Her experience in high-stakes sexual abuse litigation and unwavering passion for guiding survivors through difficult experiences make her a trusted and invaluable advocate.
Prior to joining our firm, Tallis worked extensively with our legal team drafting memos and briefs, conducting discovery, and assisting in depositions and legal research in a range of sexual abuse claims. During her law school studies, Tallis also worked in the sex crimes unit of the District Attorney Office in Boulder, CO.
Tallis’ dedication to survivors extends beyond her professional career. In 2015, she established Honey, a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to supporting survivors of sexual trauma through victim advocacy, educational outreach, and survivor / ally gatherings, and continues to serve as the organization’s Vice President and COO.
Tallis is a graduate of the University of Colorado Law School, where she served as SBA representative for the Reproductive Justice Club and the University of Colorado Outdoor Club. She graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah, earning the Mock Trial Best Witness Award and the Outstanding Student Project award for academic excellence and leadership. Tallis’ thesis – “Sexual Violence Awareness in Utah State” – was a qualitative study examining messages minors receive about sexual violence and consent from prominent social groups.