ABOUT PATRICIA TEDESCO
ABOUT PARTICIA TEDESCO
Trisha’s interest in the law began in high school when she took a class on crime and the legal system. Her background as a first-generation American (her parents are from Lithuania and Uruguay) helped her see and interpret elements of the law in ways that her classmates couldn’t. That’s where Trisha first learned there wasn’t one answer to a thorny problem and that a creative solution could make a huge difference in someone’s life.
Trisha earned her bachelor’s degree from York College of Pennsylvania in Business Administration and then received an associate’s degree in Paralegal Studies from Berkeley College. During her paralegal studies, Trisha worked for a continuing legal education (CLE) company learning the ins and outs of what it takes for lawyers to stay up to date on the law.
Before joining Duffy Law, Trisha spent six years as a paralegal at one of CT’s top litigation firms, where she honed her research and organizational skills in a high-pressure setting. She was responsible for key activities including legal research, trial preparation, and docketing, and now brings those same skills and services to our clients and staff.