Tamarah Evanko
Attorney Owner

Tamarah is a proud graduate of Quinnipiac University School of Law.

Tamarah D. Evanko - Attorney


     Tamarah Evanko, Esq. graduated from Quinnipiac University School of Law in 2006 and was admitted to the Connecticut Bar in 2007..   

     Tamarah has dedicated her life to helping those in need.  She was president of the BLSA group during law school. She has continued to hold officer titles on her local PTA and dedicates her time to the service of children and adults in need.  Tamarah is an active mentor to others who are interested in a legal career. She is also on the Vestry of her church and an active member in community outreach.

     While in law school, she earned a concentration in Family Law and is certified in Arbitration by Penn State School of Law & McGill University Law School.  After school, she began her own law firm, Evanko & Associates LLC. in 2007 which has now become Evanko Law. 

     Tamarah has worked with the executive board of the Connecticut Young Lawyers Section of the Bar Association.  She worked as a member of the Connecticut Bar Association's Young Lawyer's Section where she held the title of co-chair of the Juvenile Matters Committee and where she previously held the title of co-chair of the Solo/Small Practice Committee. She also volunteers her time with the Connecticut Pro Bono Network and Lawyers for Children America. She also prides herself in working for the betterment of her fellow man.  She has worked with children of New Haven schools, mentorship, and continues to counsel peers and others who need assistance.  As a working mother she combines her knowledge of the field with her understanding of the troubles of working families.  

 Accolades & News Reports

  • Upcoming young lawyers for Connecticut 2010
  • James Tate Prom Ban Has Precedent: May 14,2011

Previous Courtroom battles:

 She won a lawsuit and injunction against the Hamden Board of Education which has been featured  by the news.    

In 2014, Tamarah won custody of 5 children for a father away from a mentally disturbed mother.

She has won several cases for her criminal clients preventing unwarranted jail time.


Tamarah worked on a case involving a suspected socio-path and the complex mission of hiding the children and the mother from further threats. 

Through her work she was able to assist each parent in gaining sole custody of their children.


Bar Admission

Connecticut 2007



Quinnipiac University School of Law,  J.D.

City University of New York Graduate Center, Law & Communicative Persuasion

Honors B.A.

Certified Legal Intern, Quinnpiac Legal Clinic, 2004-2006

Certified in Arbitration, Penn State/ McGill University 2006