Brittany M. Tri
Brittany Tri is a lifelong Washingtonian, and grew up in Lake Stevens. She got her Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Business Administration from Seattle Pacific University in 2012. After completing her undergraduate degrees, she attended the University of Washington School of Law where she obtained her J.D. and LL.M. in Sustainable International Development in 2015.
During law school, Brittany interned at a number of different organizations including King County Prosecutor’s Office and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague. She also completed a Rule 9 internship with Seattle City Prosecutor’s office where she tried multiple misdemeanor jury trials. She also participated in the Human Rights Clinic and the Street Law Clinic, teaching a class of high school students basic legal rights and information.
Following law school, Brittany briefly worked as a misdemeanor prosecuting attorney at Zachor & Thomas before going to work for Snohomish County Superior Court as a law clerk to the Honorable Bruce I. Weiss. Brittany has a passion for representing individuals, providing access to justice in the oftentimes complicated and intimidating legal world. Her practice primarily focuses on representing parents in dependency litigation. She is also able to represent clients in adoptions, third-party custody, protection orders, misdemeanor criminal defense, and personal injury cases.