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Trilby Argubright has been dedicated to serving public education throughout her career. Before attending law school, Trilby taught seventh grade English in the Dallas area. It was this classroom experience that led her to pursue school law.
Trilby earned her legal degree at Vanderbilt University Law School. While attending law school, she was involved in Moot Court, Phi Delta Phi Honors Society, and served as a Student Attorney in the Turner Family Community Enterprises Clinic.
Trilby started working for Walsh Gallegos during her first summer of law school and focuses her practice on transactional work and general school law.
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