Suzanne Trail is a native Midwesterner who has recently relocated to Arizona. While in her undergraduate and legal studies, she focused her involvement in volunteer work and helping others. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelors of Arts where she was involved in Habitat for Humanity. She later attended law school at the University of Nebraska School of Law where she was the 2017 Pro Bono Service Award Recipient in her graduating class. While attending law school, she was involved in the Equal Justice Society and the Women’s Law Caucus.
She has gained a variety of legal experiences through her past clerkships. She clerked for the Legal Aid of Nebraska where she gained experience in various fields. Most importantly, she learned listening to clients, understanding their needs, and striving to help them in any way possible is the real value of service that clients need and deserve.
Now as a practicing attorney, she continues to help people with those same core values. She has a deep empathy and understanding for her clients and seeks to give her all to those she represents. She now works in Immigration Law where she enjoys meeting people from other countries and learning about their culture.
She is an active member of the Arizona State Bar and an inactive member of the Nebraska State Bar.