Tris Pincus is an Attorney at Kelley Kronenberg, where she assists in handling matters related to First Party Property Defense.
Before joining Kelley Kronenberg as an associate, Tris participated in the firm’s First Party Property Law “Klinic,” a four-week program for newly licensed attorneys to receive comprehensive training in First Party Property Litigation; upon successful completion of which, they receive placement with a specific team to handle cases alongside an experienced Partner independently.
Tris earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where she majored in Hospitality Management. Tris went on to earn her Juris Doctor degree from Stetson University College of Law, cum laude, with a concentration in Social Justice Advocacy. While at Stetson University, Tris won the William F. Blues Pro Bono Service Award, was the recipient of a Public Service award, was a finalist at the 2021 Appellate Lawyers Association Moot Court Competition, received the Book Award Trial Advocacy, and was named Runner-up in the Best Oralist 2022 Freeborn Appellate Advocacy Competition.
Tris was involved in numerous activities, including being an active Moot Court Board Member and the Teaching and Research Assistant to Stetson Law School’s Dean Michèle Alexandre. Tris was also the Advocacy Board Coordinator for Stetson’s Black Law Student Association and a Fellow for Stetson’s chapter of the Florida Law School Consortium on Racial Justice.
While pursuing her law degree, Tris gained legal experience by working as the Judicial Intern for Magistrate Judge Amanda Sansone at the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. Tris also worked as a Legal Intern for the United States Attorney’s Office and clerked for CAIR Florida, The ACLU, and Southern Legal Counsel, where she worked on civil rights issues.