Taryn Darling

Independent Historian

Taryn M. Darling graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a major in Psychology and a double minor in Race, Culture, and Power and in Fine Arts. After relocating to Seattle and working as a social worker, Ms. Darling attended the Seattle University School of Law where she earned her Juris Doctorate cum laude. Ms. Darling is a founding member of Opsera Law PLLC, where she advises small business owners and practices in the areas of litigation, bankruptcy, and appeals. Ms. Darling is a regular volunteer for the King County Debt Clinic. She is an invited member of the William Dwyer Inn of Court. She is also a participating member of the American Bar Association’s Business Law Section, a content director for the Business Bankruptcy subcommittee, and the Managing Editor of the Business Law Today’s Bankruptcy & Finance section at the American Bar Association. Ms. Darling has been named a Super Lawyer every year consecutively since 2017 by Super Lawyers Magazine. Ms. Darling is a lifetime student and appreciates the opportunity to educate herself and to contribute to BlackPast.org.