Originally from Lancaster County, Trisha L. Lantz is a 2011 graduate from Lampeter-Strasburg High School in Lampeter, Pennsylvania. Ms. Lantz then went on to attend Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in 2015. At PSU, Ms. Lantz majored in Criminology and minored in Sociology.
Upon obtaining her bachelor’s degree, Ms. Lantz attended Widener University Delaware Law School, where she earned her juris doctor degree in 2018. During her time at Widener, Ms. Lantz interned at the Veterans Law Clinic where she assisted in the preparation of estate planning documents and appeals to the Board of Veterans Affairs for low-income and disabled veterans. She also volunteered with several pro bono clinics, including Widener’s Juvenile Records Expungement Clinic and Widener’s Wills for Heroes program, which provided estate planning documents to local first responders.
Ms. Lantz joined Musi, Malone & Daubenberger, LLP in 2018, concentrating on estate planning and administration, construction litigation, and criminal law. At MM&D, Ms. Lantz assisted with the jury trial of a subcontractor excavator in Westchester County Supreme Court, New York, which resulted in a unanimous verdict in favor of the client. She is also the head of MM&D’s expungement division, where she assists clients with various types of expungements including ARD expungements, record sealing/limited access, pardons, and expungements of non-conviction data. Ms. Lantz is a member of the Pennsylvania bar.