Trey Branham, Lawyer of a Single Mother
Trey Branham, son of a single mother, was taught to appreciate and value hard work, devotion, and sacrifice. Thankfully, his mother’s employer understood right from wrong and placed a concerted emphasis on the well-being of others in their community.
In 1992, he earned a BS in Political Science from Florida State University and was the first person in his family, thanks to his mother’s encouragement and support. He then attended law school at the University of South Carolina Law Review, where he served as an Associate Articles Editor.
When Trey Branham graduated from law school in 1999 earning his law degree, he found employment with a prestigious professional services firm before deciding that his true passion lay in another area of legal practice; he decided that his genuine love was in another field of law. Given his family’s wealth, Trey Branham set out to protect employees against bosses who put profits above their people. To ensure that the items sold by corporations were very safe to use and had no unanticipated negative impact on the users. For him, the purpose of his legal work comes from giving clients a voice and ensuring their peers hear it.
The Texas State Bar has accepted him to practice before more than a dozen state and federal district courts and before the US Supreme Court in US. Trey Branham has been named to about 20 Texas Super Lawyers lists. He was also named a Texas Rising Star Honoree three times!
His dedication to his clientele mirrors his respect for his mentors and colleagues—the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Unexpected Liabilities for D&O Insurers. According to the South Carolina Law Review, he wrote in 1998: “It Couldn’t Happen Here: The English Rule but Not in South Carolina, which appeared in the South Carolina Law Review.