Samantha Tamburro was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Samantha is a graduate of Duquesne University Kline School of Law. Samantha earned a Master of Science with a concentration in Global Leadership from Duquesne University and Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management with a Concentration in International Business from Point Park University. Samantha is an adjunct professor and teaches Immigration Law at Duquesne University Kline School of Law. She is fluent in South American Spanish, proficient in American Sign Language and studied basic Japanese. Samantha has organized and participated in various panels and educational seminars teaching about Immigration law and the collateral consequences immigrants face due to family and criminal legal matters. Samantha is a regular volunteer with unaccompanied minors at Holy Family Institute, Journey of Hope and with her Church. She is also dedicated foster mom.
Samantha is an attorney who cares about her clients and her community. Her professional and personal philosophy include giving back to the community to which she dedicates her practice in ways that make a meaningful difference. Samantha is a firm believer in the Golden Rule of “in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you.” Her personal duty to love thy neighbor and the sojourner is demonstrated through her work with her clients. But it's her prior personal experience with immigration that gives Samantha an edge over many other lawyers in the field. Her real-world experience with assisting family members and loved ones through the immigration process as well as her volunteering within the immigrant community give her a unique perspective and insight that enables her to offer a blend of extensive legal experience with great compassion and understanding for the client.