Ms. Trask specializes in business litigation, commercial litigation, residential and commercial foreclosure defense, real estate transactions, health care law, employment matters, and contract law disputes.

In her first three years of practice, Ms. Trask first-chaired over fifty bench trials with a 95% success rate. Ms. Trask has also argued countless evidentiary hearings, summary judgment motions, and complex motion practice matters in both state and federal court.

In 2012 Ms. Trask co-authored a major law review article with Oppenheim Law co-founder Roy Oppenheim on the subject of bundled mortgages, called “Deconstructing the Black Magic of Securitized Trusts.” It was published in the Spring 2012 Stetson University Law Review, and is also available on Oppenheimlaw.com.

In 2015, Ms. Trask and Mr. Oppenheim published another co-authored law review article, this time addressing the fiction of negotiability of promissory notes in today’s global economy. Their second article, titled “The Emperor’s New Clothes: How the Judicial System and the Housing-Mortgage Market Have Turned a Blind Eye to the Destruction of the Negotiability of Mortgage Promissory Notes,” was published in Volume 6, Issue 2 of the William and Mary Business Law Review

She graduated in the top 2% of her law school class, earning summa cum laude honors from Nova Southeastern University in May 2011.

While earning her JD at Nova Southeastern University with a Merit Scholarship, she earned seven book awards for excellence in academics.

During law school Ms. Trask served as an articles editor to the Nova Law Review and competed in the American Bar Association National Moot Court Competition.

Ms. Trask also interned for the Honorable Judge Gary Farmer of the Florida 4th District Court of Appeal in 2010.


  • Florida Bar, 2011; Member of Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, 2011
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, 2012; Bankruptcy
  • United States Tax Court, 2014


  • University of Michigan, B.S. in Psychology and English, 2006
  • Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center, J.D., 2011
    • Nova Law Review, Staff Member 2009-2010; Articles Editor 2010-2011
    • Moot Court Society, Chairperson of Research and Problem Development, 2009-2010; ABA National Moot Court Competitor 2010-2011