Timothy Elder founded TRE Legal Practice to fight for the rights of disabled people.
We participate in complex impact litigation and class actions in state and federal courts throughout the United States, usually involving novel issues around access for blind and otherwise disabled people and often involving emerging technologies. We frequently work to resolve issues through structured negotiations, advocacy, and targeted assistance with the goal of helping our clients—while also pushing for systemic change that will benefit everyone.
Tim Elder is a civil rights litigator focusing on disability discrimination cases. He has helped secure injunctions against testing entities for their failure to accommodate disabled students, negotiated groundbreaking settlements with publicly traded companies, tried employment discrimination claims before juries and argued before federal trial and appellate courts.
Albert Elia fights vigorously to ensure that his clients with disabilities receive the accommodations they require in the classroom, in the workplace, and when taking high-stakes tests. He has represented the National Federation of the Blind and its members, advocating for access to technology in public places, educational institutions, workplaces, and the Internet.
Anna Levine has represented clients in a diverse array of civil litigation and appeals, including in disability rights, benefits, and guardianship cases, and has also achieved systemic policy changes through regulatory and legislative advocacy.
Michelle Korosy is TRE Legal Practice’s Paralegal. Her role combines her administrative expertise with her passion for advocacy.
Kristopher Nelson works on legal research and writing and provides paralegal services for the firm. In addition to his work at TRE Legal, he is finishing a Ph.D. focused on the historical impact of technology on privacy law while also teaching undergraduate American history and legal history.