How Trisha Helps Clients
Trisha is focused on a wide range of counseling and litigation services as a member of the firm’s Litigation section. She works to provide effective advocacy to clients in state and federal trial and appellate disputes.
Trisha was a member of Buchanan’s 2021 Summer Associate class. Before that, she gained experience as an intern at a small personal injury firm and as a legal researcher. While in law school, Trisha spent time as a Teaching Assistant for Legal Analysis and Writing and Legislation and Regulation. She also participated in the National Moot Court Competition and the Willem C. Vis Moot Competition. During this time, she served as a class representative for her school’s Student Bar Association.
What Clients Can Expect
Trisha strives to provide thoughtful, diligent services tailored to meet her clients’ objectives. A compassionate advocate, she emphasizes collaboration and timely communication throughout the litigation process.
Outside the Office
When she is not working, Trisha enjoys reading, cooking, and spending quality time with family and friends.
- Received the William H. Eckert Prize for a distinguished paper written by a student in the J.D. program at Pitt Law for her paper “Forty Years of Separation: Re-tangling Race and Disability Law”.
- Received admission into the Order of the Barristers for demonstrated skill in trial advocacy, oral advocacy, and brief writing.
University of Pittsburgh School of Law, J.D., 2022, University of Pittsburgh Law Review, Notes and Comments Editor; CALI Award for Excellence in Legislation and Regulation
University of Pittsburgh, B.A./B.S., 2019, Dean's List, History and Biology
- Allegheny County Bar Association
- Human Animal Rescue, Volunteer Animal Handler and Foster Parent
- Heinz History Center, Information Volunteer