With over 25 years in the legal industry, Tressa Muñoz is a highly experienced and skilled paralegal. She has extensive knowledge of all phases of the litigation process from research and document review to electronic case management, coordinating extensive electronic discovery, managing workflow of contract attorneys, paralegals and interns, as well as development and implementation of procedures and protocols for document management and retention.
Tressa has worked in a variety of industries including intellectual property, government contracts, financial services and pharmaceuticals, all with a focus on litigation assistance for teams of in-house and general counsel lawyers and paralegal staffs, as well as expert witnesses and special project employees.
Tressa is naturally very detail oriented and enjoys the logistics of organizing during the discovery phase of a case. Her attention to detail and knack for logistics has led to her passion for conquering the voluminous amount of information which must be organized during discovery. She is especially adept at e-discovery, having once worked on a case with over two million pages of e-discovery.
- Dartmouth College, B.A., 1990
- Native Americans at Dartmouth (NAD) Community, 1985–1990
- National Capital Area Paralegal Association