Trista Snyder

Trista Snyder is a member of Rose Law Group’s Real Estate Transactions and Business and Corporate Transactions practice groups.

Having practiced in both an in-house and law firm capacity, Trista has a diverse background focused on business and corporate law, private equity, and real estate, along with other business-related matters including trademarks, marketing, and employment law. Most recently, she worked as in-house counsel for a global real estate investment and asset management company headquartered in Scottsdale, AZ, where she focused on the development of new and existing syndications, funds and institutional financing for real estate transactions and development. One of her many transactions included development of an equity offering pursuant the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program.

Trista is a tech-forward attorney that enjoys collaborating with business partners to use legal platforms to improve business efficiency. She graduated magna cum laude from Charlotte School of Law in North Carolina, where she was a law review editor and former president of Women in Law. She is an active member of the American Bar Association – Business Section. When she’s not supporting clients, you will find her immersed in her young family, hiking, yoga, and exploring all healthy things that elevate this human existence.

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