I grew up in Southbury, Connecticut and enjoyed being a member of the wrestling team at Pomperaug High School and spent weekends snowboarding at Mohawk Mountain. My parents who are both now retired teachers instilled a lifelong love of education and giving back to the local community. I started my very first job as a file clerk at Tremont Sheldon P.C. when I was in college and the experience piqued my interest in law and the legal system. I went on to graduate Summa Cum Laude from Suffolk University with dual majors in Political Science and Philosophy. Thereafter, I attended and graduated from Boston College Law School in 2013.
While in Boston, I worked as a student prosecutor at the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office, where I handled all aspects of criminal cases, including arguing motions and participating in trials. Here, I found my passion for advocating on behalf of victims. I went on to work in the Trial and Administrative Law Divisions of the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General as a legal intern. In this role, I worked on personal injury claims brought against the state of Massachusetts. Combined, these experiences led me to my calling as a civil litigator advocating for victims of negligence and sexual abuse survivors.
Through my experiences, I realized that I wanted to be an attorney that advocates for victims, an attorney that values and listens to clients, and an attorney that can be trusted to provide clients with the fair compensation they deserve. It is with this mindset that I returned to Tremont Sheldon P.C. in 2013. Now, I spend my days advocating for my clients and I believe it is the most meaningful and important work I could be doing.
As an attorney at Tremont Sheldon P.C., I specialize in litigating personal injury claims including automobile collisions, medical malpractice, and all other cases of harm resulting from negligence and sexual abuse.