Trina is an associate in the White & Case DC office. She works in a variety of practice groups including antitrust, intellectual property, and technology transactions. She has experience drafting briefs, conducting legal and factual research, drafting client communications, and analyzing complex transactional agreements. Her work has covered topics from blockchain technology and digital payment systems to biosurgical devices and specialty food items. She is also involved in a wide spectrum of pro bono matters.
Trina is also an active member of the firm's Asian Affinity Group and the Spectrum LGBT+ Affinity Network.
During law school, Trina was an editor on the Virginia Journal of International Law and a national moot court competitor.
Bars and Courts
District of Columbia Bar
University of Virginia School of Law
Society & Environment
University of California, Berkeley
Self-Driving Cars: Balancing Safety and Data Privacy Considerations, Bloomberg Law Professional Perspective, October 2019
Awards and Recognition
First place at the 2018 Irving R. Kaufman Memorial Securities Law Moot Court Competition, final argument before Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito.