Meet the Attorney
“People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care”
Owner and Managing Attorney
Trineice was born and raised in
Macon, Georgia and graduated from
Westside High School in 2007. She
attended Albany State University where
she majored in English and minored in
Spanish. She then went on to attend
Mercer University School of Law and
graduated in 2014.
In 2014, there was a surge of
unaccompanied minor children coming
across the United States border. There
were more than 60,000 kids that
crossed the border in that fiscal year. In
response, Eric Holder and Barack
Obama created the Justice AmeriCorps
Fellowship Program, funded through
AmeriCorps and Equal Justice Works to fund attorneys that would
represent those minors in immigration court. Trineice wanted to be part
of the solution so in 2014 she joined the Justice AmeriCorps Program
through Catholic Charities Atlanta.
For the last four years, Trineice has represented minors and adults in
removal proceedings and also represented them at hearings before the
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. In Trineice's words,
the best part of working with immigration cases is creating stable
families. Trineice hopes to expand into family law so that she can help
stabilize more families. Outside the law, she loves reading romance
novels and spending time with her 11 nieces and nephews.
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