After years of honing her legal skills working at two regional, boutique firms, Trisha M. Majumdar founded Majumdar Law, LLC. Trisha has a strong reputation for providing practical, client-focused legal services and uses her experience, training, and the latest technology to provide quality and affordable legal counsel to her clients. 

What She Can Do For You

Trisha focuses her practice on business and commercial transactions, real estate transactions, land use and zoning, leasing, and commercial lending. Trisha regularly advises individuals, partnerships, and small and mid-size businesses on matters involving business formation, asset purchase and sales agreements, and real estate and zoning matters. Trisha often appears before planning commissions, governing bodies of municipalities, and zoning hearing boards. She has successfully argued land use cases before the Commonwealth Court which resulted in the several reported cases.  

Trisha’s Background

Prior to attending law school, Trisha worked for a Philadelphia-based company where she consulted Fortune 500 companies on their business travel procurement. She was promoted to Senior Strategy Analyst and then to Manager of Operations where she managed a team of analysts. Trisha draws on her background in business and management when counseling business clients. 

Trisha served as Associate Member and then Editor-in-Chief of the New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement where she received a tuition scholarship for her work as Editor-in-Chief. She authored an article in the Journal that was later reprinted in the Massachusetts Family Law Journal. Trisha also served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Margaret S. Fearey, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. 

Trisha lives in Bethlehem with her husband, three children, and two dogs. She enjoys spending time with her family at the beach in Stone Harbor, NJ, hiking, traveling, scuba diving, and reading.

  • New England Law Boston; J.D., cum laude
  • Northwood University; B.B.A., Management, Minor in Social Science and Economics.
  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of PA
Reported Cases
  • Sabatine v. Lower Mt. Bethel Twp., 957 A.2d 353 (Pa.Cmwlth. 2008).
  • Lower Mount Bethel Twp. v. N. River Co., LLC, 41 A.3d 156 (Pa.Cmwlth. 2012) appeal denied, 616 Pa. 661, 50 A.3d 127 (2012).

“The Price of Justice: In Light of Lavallee, What Should Massachusetts Courts Do When Attorneys Are Not Available to Represent Indigent Parents Involved in Care and Protection Matters?” 32 N.E. J. on Crim. & Civ. Con. 111-133 (2006), reprinted in 24 Mass. Fam. L.J. 51 (2006)

Community Involvement
  • Bar Association of Lehigh County, Member
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association, Member
  • ArtsQuest Cultural Events Board, Former Member
  • Women of the Bar Association, Former Co-Chair
  • Harbor Tower Condominium Association, President (2019-current)