Trey obtained his law degree from Campbell Law School, graduating magna cum laude and in the top five of his class. While in law school, Trey served as Editor in Chief of the Campbell Law Review, was named the Janette Soles Nelson Public Service Scholar, and received the Chief Justice Beverly Lake Constitutional Law Award.
Trey grew up in Greensboro and attended NC State University under the NC Teaching Fellows Program. While at NC State, Trey served as Managing Editor of the Technician, the University’s student newspaper. Trey received his bachelor’s degree in secondary mathematics education in 2014, after which he spent four years teaching in the North Carolina Public Schools as a high school math teacher. Trey and his wife Kelsie live in New Bern with their three young daughters.
Trey’s practice focuses on civil litigation and representing units of local government.
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