Tiffany Pelham Webb is an Attorney at The Harris Law Firm who leverages her experience as a former child and family therapist to provide caring and compassionate representation to families in our Denver office. As our firm’s Child Advocacy Coordinating Attorney, Tiffany is closely involved in supporting clients and counsel in a range of family law matters involving children.
A passionate advocate who has dedicated her entire career to protecting children, Tiffany earned her undergraduate degree in Human Development from Cornell University and her master’s degree in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.
After earning her master’s, she worked as a child and family therapist in Philadelphia, where she counseled many families with open legal matters. It was through her work as a therapist that she cultivated an interest in law. She subsequently enrolled in law school solely to become a child advocate and has stayed true to that path ever since – from focusing on child advocacy while studying at Temple University Beasley School of Law, to clerking for a Superior Court Family Law judge in New Jersey, to working as a Law Guardian for eight years in New Jersey, and as a Guardian ad Litem and Counsel for Youth for five years in Colorado.
In her practice, Tiffany is driven by a strong desire to strengthen and preserve families whenever possible and, when family preservation is not a viable option, to leverage her extensive insight to advocate for relative placement, sibling rights, and arrangements that provide the best services and care with the hope that reunification can eventually be effectuated in the future. She engages every case with empathy, openness, and hope, and is known for her patient and pragmatic approach.
At The Harris Law Firm, Tiffany’s love of legal strategy and her ability to assess what are often complex and emotionally turbulent cases allow her to untangle facts and identify effective strategies. Her background as a child and family therapist and years of targeted experience also makes her an incredibly powerful advocate for children and the parents and families who love them.
Tiffany grew up in Connecticut and has lived in Colorado for the last seven years. She has been active in volunteer legislative advocacy efforts on behalf of youth and refugees and is an active volunteer at her children’s elementary school. Outside of the courtroom, she enjoys adventuring around Colorado with her husband and two children, cooking, traveling, reading, and spending time with family and friends.
- Colorado Office of the Child’s Representative Newsletter GAL Shout-Outs (noteworthy performance) Fall 2019 & Fall 2022
- New Jersey Office of the Public Defender Attorney of the Month August 2014
- Legal Services of New Jersey Family Reunification Day Hero June 2014
- Nominee for ABA YLD Child Advocacy Award 2011
- Rubin Public Interest Honor Society Fellow at Temple University Beasley School of Law 2006-2007
- Eric J. Turner Award, Pennsylvania Chapter of Matrimonial Lawyers 2007
- Bergstrom Child Welfare Fellowship at University of Michigan Summer 2006
- New Jersey
- Colorado Lawyers Committee (Children's Task Force and School Discipline Task Force)
- Colorado Youth Justice Collaborative
- Temple University, J.D.
- University of Pennsylvania, M.S. in Psychology
- Cornell University, B.S. in Human Development (Human Ecology)
- Positive Psychology research at the University of Pennsylvania utilized in “A Primer in Positive Psychology” by Christopher Peterson, Oxford University Press 2004
- Panelist presenter for “Client-Directed Representation: Attorney Panel,” a training for GALs through the Office of the Child’s Representative: January 20, 2022
- Various child and youth advocacy legislative committees
- Provided legislative testimony during the 2023 Colorado legislative session on two child and youth advocacy bills
- Tracked and monitored a 2022 child advocacy legislative bill's implementation