Trevor White was born and raised in Reno, Nevada. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Political Science from the University of Nevada, Reno.
After graduating, Trevor was employed by the State of Nevada as a Treatment Home Provider and Case Manager for the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services. Trevor provided basic skills training, psychosocial rehabilitation, and case management services to children and adolescents struggling with behavioral and psychological issues. He worked with juvenile probation officers, mental health professionals and attorneys to help provide his clients with the necessary resources and skills to succeed. This experience influenced Trevor’s decision to become an attorney.
Trevor graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 2015. While at Seattle University, Trevor was an ARC Scholar, competed in moot court, was a Lead Teachers’ Assistant (TA), and helped manage the law school’s Academic Resource Center. Trevor also clerked at a small estate planning firm and interned at the Tacoma City Attorney’s Office where he made multiple court appearances.
Trevor moved to Southern California in the summer of 2017 and began working for Andrews & Thornton in the fall of 2017. He has been active in the litigations against the makers of Taxotere, a chemotherapy drug the FDA warned can cause permanent hair loss for breast cancer survivors, and WEN by Chaz Dean, a hair care product which has received thousands of consumer complaints for hair loss and allergic symptoms. Trevor is also working on the North Bay Fire litigation involving the devastating Northern California wildfires that burned thousands of acres and killed 43 people.
Trevor got married in August 2017. His wife is finishing her Master’s Degree at San Diego State University in December 2018. They have a dog and are expecting a baby girl in January 2019. Trevor enjoys lifting weights, playing basketball, swimming, reading, drawing and watching sports.
Admissions and Memberships
California State Bar
Orange County Bar Association