Practice Areas:Energy, Oil, & Gas
Real Estate & Land Use
Agriculture & Farming
Estate Planning & Probate
Business & Transactions
- Bakersfield College 1997 AS
- U.C. San Diego 1999 BA
- University of San Diego 2002 JD
- Kern County Bar Association
- California State Bar
- U.S. Court of Appeals, 4th Cir.
- Virginia State Bar (Frmr.)
Victoria M. (Alexander) Trichell is an associate attorney with Clifford & Brown. She was born and raised in Bakersfield, California, and attended Highland High School. Ms. Trichell obtained an A.S. in Biology from Bakersfield College in 1997, before transferring to the University of California at San Diego where she graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Literatures in English, and a minor in Political Science, in 1999. Upon completion of her undergraduate work, Ms. Trichell attended the University of San Diego School of Law. While at U.S.D. she received the California Jurisprudence Award in Administrative Law in 2001, and her Juris Doctorate in 2002.
Following law school, Ms. Trichell practiced law in Washington, D.C. with a prestigious boutique law and lobbying firm specializing in firearms law. Ms. Trichell joined Clifford & Brown in 2004, after returning home to Bakersfield to be closer to her family. Ms. Trichell is primarily a transactional attorney whose practice currently includes estate planning, probate matters, general business transactions, entity formation, real estate and regulatory law. She also has experience assisting the firm’s oil and gas, agricultural and land use clients. Some of Ms. Trichell’s career highlights include:
- Assisted in negotiation and purchase of commercial real property valued in excess of $11,000,000.
- Assisted in purchase of fully-leased office building owned by Castle & Cooke Bakersfield Commercial, Inc. to Sill Properties, Inc. in excess of $13,000,000.
- Assisted in negotiation and sale of agricultural real property valued in excess of $25,000,000.
- Assisted in administration of probate estate valued at more than $1,500,000.
- Assisted in administration of trusts with assets exceeding $10,000,000.