Trey joined the firm after graduating from Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida, where he earned the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Medal of Excellence and received book awards for attaining the highest grades in many of his classes, including Bankruptcy, Business Associations, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law I & II, Contracts I, Lawyering Process II, Practical Professionalism, Professional Responsibility, Secured Transactions, Torts I & II, Transactional Drafting, and Trusts & Estates.
In addition to his academic pursuits, he gave back to his school as an Honor Court Justice, a teaching assistant for Transactional Drafting and Lawyering Process, an editorial board member of the Florida Coastal Law Review, and a brief writer for Florida Coastal’s top-ranked Moot Court Honor Board. As a member of Moot Court, Trey won Best Brief at the 2013 Hassel National Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition and was a regional finalist and national quarterfinalist at the ABA’s 2013 National Appellate Advocacy Competition.
During law school, Trey obtained valuable work experience. He was a judicial intern for a Federal District Court Judge, gained healthcare experience as a legal intern at Florida Blue Cross and Blue Shield, and nonprofit corporate experience as a legal intern at Wounded Warrior Project.
Trey is a proud graduate of the Tulane University of Louisiana, where he obtained a degree in finance and management. There, he became a crawfish, Bourbon Street, and red-beans-and-rice connoisseur, and an avid fan of the New Orleans Saints.
Outside of the office, Trey enjoys watching SEC and Saints football and spending time with his beautiful wife and their two furry dog-children, Mason and Lilly.
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