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He leads Womble Carlyle’s pro bono efforts, which span across all of the firm’s 14 offices.
Tripp focused the first part of his career working with forensic psychiatrists, psychologists, and pharmacologists on the defense of "addiction" and neurotoxicity claims that arise in product liability cases across the nation. In 2005, he became the firm’s first full-time Pro Bono Director and assumed the responsibility for the creation, implementation, and management of the firm’s pro bono activities; developing pro bono opportunities for our attorneys; monitoring the quality, quantity and diversity of our pro bono activities; and providing overall support for the Pro Bono Committee.
Department of State, 1997; Attorney, Montana Legal Services Association, 1996-1997.
Business Planner, Fairdinkum Consulting and Training, New York, 1997-1998; Career Foreign Service Officer Candidate.