Tyler Sroufe is a Senior Associate Attorney with our law firm. Attorney Sroufe's practice is primarily dedicated to assisting federal employees with their EEOC and MSPB claims. He has achieved favorable results for his clients through litigation and settlement and is committed to advocating on behalf of employees in the public sector. Attorney Sroufe graduated from The University of New Mexico with a degree in Finance and earned his Juris Doctorate from The University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He has a passion for community involvement and was awarded The University of Pittsburgh School of Law Community Service Award for his work at the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas. Prior to joining The Devadoss Law Firm, Attorney Sroufe clerked at Weisel, Xides & Foerster, LLP in downtown Pittsburgh, PA and assisted clients with legal issues in real estate, zoning, and Social Security disability claims. When he is not practicing law, Attorney Sroufe enjoys attending sporting events and reading classic literature.
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