Attorney to Share Story of Adversity, Success at Florida Tech’s Lecture in Law Oct. 1
Trizia Eavenson is Founding Partner at Rockledge Firm
MELBOURNE, FLA. — Attorney Trizia Eavenson is the keynote speaker at the Fourth Annual Lecture in Law presented by Florida Institute of Technology’s School of Arts & Communication on Thursday, Oct. 1, in the Hartley Room on the second floor of Denius Student Center.
Refreshments begin at 6:30, with the lecture starting at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
Eavenson will present, “I’ve Fallen & I Can Get Up! A Passionista’s Guide to the Love of Law, Life and Never Giving Up.”
Born in in the Bronx, New York, and raised in Italy, Puerto Rico and Tampa, this international upbringing helped Eavenson develop her gratitude toward to the United States, its Constitution “and the incredible rights bestowed upon its citizens (and non-citizens) that many take for granted,” she said.
That in turn developed into her love of and passion for law, justice and teaching.
After earning her undergraduate degree in political science from the University of South Florida, Eavenson went on to earn her juris doctorate from Florida A&M University College of Law, from which she graduated with honors.
Eavenson is a founding partner of Moore Eavenson Baughan, PLC in Rockledge. Her practice encompasses multiple areas of law, including all aspects of litigation, personal injury, corporate and business law, real property, medical malpractice, local government and administrative law and products liability.
She is a member of the Florida Bar, Brevard County Bar Association, Puerto Rican Bar Association of Florida, United States District Court, Middle District of Florida and United States Court of Appeal for Veterans Claims.
Eavenson has been featured on numerous national and international outlets, including Fox and Friends, CNN and CNN en Español.
For more information on the lecture, call 321-674-8082.