Tamra Koza is an associate practicing in Butzel Long’s Detroit office. Ms. Koza focuses her practice on litigation.
Ms. Koza graduated from the University of Michigan Law School where she worked as a student attorney at the Community and Economic Development Clinic and served on the boards of JDs in the D and First-Generation Law Students (FGLS). While working in the clinic, Ms. Koza advised and drafted articles of incorporation, bylaws, and tax exemption applications for nonprofit corporations located in Detroit. Additionally, these student groups worked to help students, especially first year law students, develop a sense of community, engage with professors, and start networking with both other students and attorneys.
She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan with a degree in international studies and was recognized as a James B. Angell Scholar. Ms. Koza’s track focused specifically on International Security, Norms and Cooperation. During her undergraduate career, Ms. Koza served as an immigration team intern at the Chaldean Community Foundation and a research assistant to Professor Thomas and Professor Schlanger at the University of Michigan Law school.
- University of Michigan Law School, 2020
- University of Michigan, 2017
Detroit Bar Association