Bettina Tiangco joined Ropes & Gray’s corporate department in 2019, practicing primarily in the capital markets and governance group.
During law school, she served as a student attorney in her school’s International Human Rights Clinic, in which she represented a human trafficking survivor in the T visa application process. Through a partnership between the Clinic and the International Refugee Assistance Project’s Beirut office, she assisted in the representation of a family of Syrian refugees. The family was successfully resettled by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees from Lebanon to Italy. Bettina also served on the board of the Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal. Additionally, she served as a Student Representative for the Philippine American Bar Association.
- JD, University of Southern California, Gould School of Law, 2019; Notes Editor, Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal
- BA (Anthropology), with honors, Stanford University, 2013