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Albert Northrup is an Associate Attorney with The Wagstaff Law Firm. His practice focuses primarily on sexual assault and mass torts. Albert has a passion for helping abuse victims and the most vulnerable members of society. He has represented hundreds of abuse victims across the country in obtaining justice against their perpetrators, most of whom were placed in positions of trust over the victim.
Prior to joining The Wagstaff Law Firm, Albert worked as a Complex Litigation Associate with a mid-sized regional firm which specialized in mass tort litigation. Albert worked exclusively on litigation against some of the largest pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors as part of the opioid multi-district litigation. Albert has also worked as a Social Security Disability Advocate. He helped hundreds of disabled people navigate the complex Social Security system, securing millions of dollars in past benefits on behalf of his clients.
Albert is a graduate of Barry University School of Law in Orlando, FL. While in law school, he competed in several national competitions as a member of Barry's nationally recognized Moot Court and Trial Teams. As a member of the Moot Court team, Albert won the “Best Brief Award” and finished runner-up in the Puerto Rican Bar Association's National Moot Court Competition. Albert graduated in the top 25% of his class, earning “Book Awards” for the highest grade in his section for Trial Advocacy and Motions & Depositions. In addition to academics, Albert served on the executive board of Barry's American Association for Justice (AAJ) chapter and volunteered countless hours at community food banks and shelters. Prior to law school, Albert earned an MBA and BA in Political Science from The University of Central Florida (UCF).
When not working on behalf of his clients, Albert enjoys spending time outdoors, hiking, and exploring nature. Albert gets his competitive nature from playing years of competitive sports including football, soccer, and track. He coached youth soccer for nine years and still plays the occasional pickup game.