Tian Tian Xin focuses her practice on white-collar defense, internal and government investigation, export controls and trade sanctions, and civil litigation.

Ms. Xin graduated from Yale Law School where she was an editor for the Yale Law Journal. Prior to law school, Tian Tian served as a Military Intelligence Officer in the United States Army with two combat deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Ms. Xin is the Co-Chair of the firm's military veterans affinity group, Veterans and Affiliates Leadership Organization (VALOR).


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  • JD, Yale Law School, 2019
  • BS, International Relations, United States Military Academy, 2011, Distinguished Cadet
  • District of Columbia

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