Forman Watkins & Krutz LLP issued the following announcement on Aug. 5.
The Firm is proud to welcome Trey Williams to our New Orleans office!
Trey believes that being a lawyer is one of the few jobs where problem solving and critical thinking meet customer service. As a naturally gifted problem solver and critical thinker, and having a highly successful customer service background, Trey brings his clients a sense of security and genuineness during their case. He also enjoys working diligently to personally get to know his clients and set goals together as a team. Having been the recipient of the sacrificial and selfless help of a loving family, Trey makes it his mission to pay it forward by being a compassionate and fierce advocate for his clients. Always looking at the big picture, Trey maintains a level head and a persevering attitude through every unique case that comes across his desk. A lover of comedies, basketball, and a talented singer, Trey brings well-rounded, genuine, and creative representation to his clients. There’s nothing Trey would rather be than a lawyer at the service of the people, so clients can always rest assured that with his representation, their case and their business will be well taken care of.
Trey is a recent graduate from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. During law school, he was on the Moot Court Board (2017-2019) and the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Team (2018), a Law Review Candidate, an Academic Adviser for the Black Law Students Association, and a Louis A. Martinet Legal Society Scholarship recipient. Trey was also a summer clerk for the Honorable Brian A. Jackson of the United States District Court Middle District of Louisiana, and he is a member of the Kullman Scholar Program and Louis A. Martinet Legal Society.
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