Tanita Cain is the founder of The Cain Law Firm, LLC, a top emerging general practice firm with emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, employment law, entertainment law, family law and criminal law.
Attorney Cain has more than 12 years of legal experience which includes 4 years of practice for a Fortune 500 company that specialized in trucks, engines and mobile hydraulic equipment.
Some of her most recent acknowledgements have been; 2012 Attorney Of The Year Nominee, Diversity Business Top 100 Woman Business, Birmingham Business Journal Top 40 under 40, Minority Business Nominee, Top Women in Birmingham, Graduate of Dartmouth’s Tuck Minority Business Exchange Program, ACORN Women Making A Difference in Their Community Award, and Who’s Who in Black Birmingham.
Her commitment to the community has been exhibited through her service as an active Board member for the Children’s Village; a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide a home and a family unit to children who have been orphaned, neglected, or abused. She also volunteers her time tutoring urban youths within the Birmingham City Schools. She has been an active board member for the Mental Health Association of Central Alabama. Attorney Cain has previously served as a Board Member for the Indiana Regional Minority Supplier Development Council and served as the MBEIC Chair for the South Regional Minority Supplier Development Council. Through out Attorney Cain’s Career she has been an active participant in various professional and civic organizations that includes but is not limited to: American Association of University Women, Jefferson County Executive Committee of the Democratic Party, Magic City Bar Association, Alabama Trial Lawyers Association, American Trial Lawyers Association, National Bar Association, American Bar Association, Alabama Lawyers Association, and the Birmingham Bar Association.
When our community was devastated by the Tornado of April 2011, Attorney Cain closed her practiced for two weeks and provided financial resources to the Pratt City victims and was very instrumental in the set up and logistical services that helped organize the tornado relief center located at Scott Elementary School; additionally she provided free legal services to survivors of that tornado.
Attorney Cain graduated with honors from Howard University with dual majors in the areas of Political Science and Public Administration and triple minors in the areas of Criminal Justice, Human Development and Public Relations; she also attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham Masters of Public Health Program and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Miles Law School.