“I loved this law school. I will forever be grateful for the encouragement and support of my legal education and career from persons in this building - from the maintenance staff to the dean. Nowhere else will you receive the nurturing and care that our faculty and staff provide. I enjoyed the full law school experience, even while working full time and commuting from Columbia, Maryland. I was motivated to change my life, to make a difference."
Ms. Trigg entered legal practice after a successful 16-year career in broadcast sales and marketing. She is chair of Lerman Senter PLLC’s Intellectual Property and New Media & Technology Practice Group. In addition to her varied practice in the broadcast, wireless, cable, and telecommunications industries Ms. Trigg specializes in privacy and data security issues, intellectual property concerns, government regulation of the Internet and new technologies. Ms. Trigg previously served as assistant chief counsel for telecommunications for the Office of Advocacy, U. S. Small Business Administration, where she directed advocacy’s involvement in all telecommunications and Internet issues and proceedings before the FCC, other federal and state government agencies, the White House, and Congress. Ms. Trigg is a founding member of the National Association of Multicultural Digital Entrepreneurs and a past president of Catholic University of America’s Communications Law Institute Alumni Association. She currently serves on the law school’s Board of Visitors. She is a mentor to many law school and college students, graduates, and young professionals across the country.