- Missouri (2012)
- Kentucky (2016)
- Alabama (2019)
- University of Missouri – Kansas City (J.D., 2012)
- Rockhurst University (B.A., 2007)
- Alabama Bar Association
- Georgia Innocence Project (volunteer)
Trisha Green is a lawyer in Beasley Allen’s Toxic Torts Section where she handles cases included in the national Roundup litigation.
Trisha is a native of Missouri but moved to Alabama to escape the snow. Her husband is also an attorney, and they met while working at the Public Defender’s Office. They have a son. Trisha explained that their decision to move to Alabama was random, but she loves the state.
Trisha Green is an attorney in the firm’s Toxic Torts Section, where she works on the Roundup litigation. Before joining the firm, Trisha worked as a public defender and handled various cases, including those involving collections and professional licensing. She also handled criminal defense, worker’s compensation, expungement and wrongful conviction cases. Additionally, Trisha worked as an Assistant Attorney General in the Governmental Affairs division of the Missouri Attorney General’s Office.
Her practice focuses on document review and trial preparation in complex litigation. While working in Beasley Allen’s Mass Torts Section, Trisha has been involved in preparation of defective drug and device cases in state and federal courts across the United States including Baycol, Hormone Therapy, Vioxx, Fosamax, Yaz, Gardasil and Transvaginal Mesh.
Trisha graduated from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy with a minor in theology. During undergrad, Trisha worked as an ammunition inspector. She earned her law degree from the University of Missouri School of Law, graduating with honors for her pro bono/public interest work. While in law school, Trisha was Vice President of the Environmental Law Society and interned with a City Council member. She also studied abroad in Ireland.
Trisha is a member of the Alabama, Kentucky, and Missouri State Bars and the American Bar Association. She volunteers with the Georgia Innocence Project, working on the Alabama cases because Alabama does not have an Innocence Project chapter.