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Trizia Eavenson, Professional Excellence in a Law Firm

When Attorney Trizia G. Eavenson was honored for Professional Excellence in a Law Firm by Florida A&M University College of Law at the Inaugural Distinguished Alumni Awards Ceremony, it was a proud moment. Eavenson who earned her Juris Doctor degree, Cum Laude in 2008 at the College of Law has worked hard to achieve her goals.

As a founding partner of Moore Eavenson Baughan, PLC., in Brevard County, Eavenson embraces her Puerto Rican and Italian heritage. She was born in the Bronx, New York, and raised in Italy, Puerto Rico and Tampa, Florida. She grew up speaking, writing and reading English, Italian and Spanish, all of which serve her well in her practice today.

Eavenson graduated with a Bachelor’s in Political Science from the University of South Florida prior to attending the College of Law. She is an advocate against the abuse and neglect of animals, provides pro-bono legal services to veterans through Lawyers Helping Warriors, and serves as a judge and mentor for the Youth Teen Court Program in Brevard and Hillsborough Counties. Eavenson is also a member of the Florida Bar Association, the Brevard County Bar Association and the Puerto Rican Bar Association. She is also a wife and mother who is passionate about helping others, and a self-proclaimed “legal geek” who definitely loves the law.