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301 West First Street Tustin, California 92780
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Trevor received ​his degree in History and Political Science at Vanguard University, located in Costa Mesa, California.  At Vanguard, Trevor had the pleasure of competing on the Men’s Soccer Team, and, as an all-conference goalkeeper, was instrumental in securing Vanguard’s first Conference Championship and run at the National Title.

Also at Vanguard, Trevor graduated as the top History and Political Science student, and was selected for publication in Vanguard’s Clio and Cicero Academic Journal.  In addition, he was voted to be Vice President of the Pi Alpha Theta Honor Society, and was hand-selected to participate in the Vanguard University Athletic Committee as well as the Student Government Cabinet.  In 2010, he was selected to receive the “Champions of Character Award” for exemplifying the “five core values of respect, responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship, and servant-leadership.”

Trevor next attended Pepperdine University School of Law, where he had the honor of competing on Pepperdine’s esteemed Trial Team. At Pepperdine, he received three “CALI (Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) Excellence for the Future Awards” for achieving the highest grade in his classes on Negotiation, Advanced Torts, and Apology, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation.  During the entirety of his enrollment at Pepperdine, Trevor served as a Law Clerk for Day, Day and Brown.  He graduated from Pepperdine in May of 2014, passed the California State Bar Examination on his first attempt, and was sworn in as an attorney at law on December 1, 2014.

Trevor is a member of the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association, the Orange County Bar Association, the Young Lawyer’s Division, and the California State Bar Association.  Trevor has volunteered in local soup kitchens, assisting veterans in legal matters pro bono, has volunteered for two years in the Orange County Mock Trial Competition at the Central Justice Center for Middle and High School Students, and write law articles for the OCTLA Magazine The Gavel.

Trevor has been an active member of the Orange County community for over a decade, and is eager to aggressively represent injury victims in need of legal representation.