Trey Branham is a lawyer who earned his degree in 1999 from the University Of South Carolina School Of Law. He grew up with a single mother together with three other children. His hard work and determination made him be the first in his family to graduate from college. He also studied political science at Florida State University and completed it in 1992. However, he wishes to have helped his clients more than just ensuring that justice is done. Together with his adopted family, his mother made him what he is today. They shaped him to be hardworking, committed, and someone who can sacrifice for others.
Trey Branham has noted that most of his clients are not after revenge in his career. All they want is what happened to them, not to happen to any other person. It challenges Branham to represent them well enough to have a voice in society. Making a better world for his children and his clients motivates him to work hard. Throughout his career, Trey Branham has tackled many cases, some of which are minor and major ones. He is also a writer. One of his publications is; It Couldn’t Happen Here: The English Rule–But Not in South Carolina.
In his career, Trey Branham has also been awarded severally by various boards. His awards include; Texas Super Lawyers Honoree for 2011 to 2012 and 2014 to 2021. He was also awarded Texas Rising Stars Honoree for 2007 to 2010.