Thomasina Poirot is a member of Venable’s Product Liability and Mass Torts Practice Group. Her practice concentrates on complex pharmaceutical litigation and insurance coverage matters. Prior to and during law school, Thomasina worked as a senior account executive for a large insurance company. In this capacity, she performed complex coverage and liability analyses and litigation management for asbestos, lead, hazardous waste, and pharmaceutical matters. She worked with attorneys, agents, risk managers, and in-house counsel to evaluate the risks of litigation and settlements in toxic tort claims.
Thomasina has also been a strong presence in the Baltimore community. She is the chair of the advisory board of Business Volunteers Unlimited’s GIVE program for young professionals, and serves on the board of directors of Friends of Great Kids Farm, and the Baltimore Tree Trust. She also serves as the Defense Research Institute Young Lawyer’s Liaison for Maryland Defense Counsel.
Thomasina was named one of the Daily Record’s 20 in their Twenties, and was also a recipient of Baltimore’s “Spirited Women Rising” award.