Italian American Digest DIGEST Spring 2018 Final2 - Page 24

I talian A merican D igest PAGE 24 Spotlight cont. from page 19 tended Millsaps College in Jackson, MS where he studied psychology and played NCAA college tennis; his sophomore year, he was the num- ber 1 singles and doubles player. In 1994, he transferred to the Univer- sity of New Orleans and walked on to their men’s tennis team. He earned a Bachelor of General Studies from UNO in 1996. After graduation, Trey attended Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans and was a member of the National Trial Advocacy Team. He was also the founder and Presi- dent of the Justinian Law Society, a local chapter of the National Italian American Bar Association. During law school, Trey worked as a law clerk for The Glorioso Law Firm and as a judicial law clerk for the Hon- orable Roland Belsome in the Civil District Court of Orleans. In May 2000, Trey received his juris doctor and passed the bar in October 2000. Trey joined The Glorioso Law Firm as Vice-President and works with his sister, Maria Glorioso and father, Vincent Glorioso. In his first year at The Glorioso Law Firm, Trey successfully re- solved over 25 personal injury cases as lead counsel. As lead attorney, Trey has handled and successfully resolved over 300 personal injury cases with a total value of over $10 million. Trey has also represented numerous professional athletes, including Ricky Williams (NFL run- ning back), Jon Heidenreich (NFL offensive lineman), and Tiffany Junot (Professional Boxer, WBC World Champion and Golden Gloves Champion). Trey was awarded the “Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Award” by the National Trial Lawyers in 2017 and selected as one of National Trial Lawyers top 40 under 40 in 2012. In 2001, Trey began playing tennis again and started competing in the United States Tennis Association (USTA) State, Southern, and Nation- al tournaments. Between 2004 and 2011, Trey won 72 USTA sanctioned matches and over 180 matches in his entire career. He was ranked as high as #20 nationally in Men’s 30’s singles and #4 in the South in Men’s open singles. In 2013, Trey won his last tournament title, the English Turn Doubles Championship. SPRING 2018