Thomas Barrett Sternberg is an associate with Tripp Scott and focuses his practice on Education Law and Government Affairs.
Thomas earned his juris doctor, magna cum laude, from the Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law. During his time in law school, Thomas served as the Goodwin Alumni Editor for the Nova Law Review. Thomas competed in the 69th Annual New York City Bar National Moot Court Tournament where his team won the Region V division and placed among the top teams at the national stage. Additionally, Thomas was a member of the Nova Trial Association, served on the Board for the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, and maintained an active membership within the President’s 64. Thomas also worked as a research assistant for Dean Olympia Duhart and Professor Phyllis Coleman.
Thomas earned his undergraduate degree from the Temple University Fox School of Business, majoring in International Business with a minor in Spanish. During his undergraduate studies, Thomas was a Division I Track and Field athlete, competing in the Pole Vault, as well as serving the Temple Student Government as Deputy Chief of Staff.
Prior to working at Tripp Scott as an attorney, Thomas was a summer associate and law clerk at Tripp Scott, as well as an intern for the City of Coral Springs City Attorney’s Office.
Undergraduate degree majoring in International Business with a minor in Spanish
Juris Doctor (magna cum laude)