Trea B. Tuck
Trea was born in Montreal, but grew up on a farm near Cornwall, Ontario. Before becoming a lawyer, she was a registered nurse practising in the areas of critical and intensive care. The economic realities of the early 1990s prompted her to move to the United States. Looking for a new challenge after 15 years of nursing, she attended law school and was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 2005. She moved to Tokyo, Japan, that same year.
During her time in Tokyo, Trea worked as an Associate for a large Japanese law firm practicing international corporate law and earned a Master of Laws degree. After almost five years in Japan, several life changing events prompted her to pack up her legal experience, the many useful things she’d learned along the way and some really great shoes and return to Canada, making Brockville her home in 2011. She was licensed by the Law Society of Ontario in January 2013 after articling with Henderson Johnston Fournier.
Trea currently serves as a governor of the St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences in Cornwall, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health of river ecosystems; and as a member of the Board of Governors of St. Lawrence College.
When she is not practising law or volunteering her time, Trea can be found at the gym, riding her horse, doing yoga, enjoying time with friends and travelling.