Trottier is an associate in the firm's Inland Empire office. She assists
clients in a variety of areas, including Labor & Employment, Governance
& Leadership and eMatters.
F3, Ms. Trottier practiced at a boutique corporate law firm working with clients
throughout Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area. While in law school,
she was a law clerk in the BYU Office of the General Counsel in Provo,
UT, as well as an intern with the Nebo School District Legal Counsel in Spanish
Fork, UT. Her work included policy development on labor and employment,
governance and student matters. Ms. Trottier also served as an editor and
student research fellow at the International Center for Law and Religion
Studies in Provo, UT, where she concentrated on religious freedom issues and
the role of religion in private education.
earned her Juris Doctor from J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young
University, where she served as executive editor of the BYU Education &
Law Journal. She has a bachelor's degree in Spanish, also from Brigham
Young University, where she was a Gordon B. Hinckley Presidential Scholar.
In her free time, Ms. Trottier enjoys traveling, baking, Zumba, and volunteering as a literacy tutor in her community.