Prior to forming Almazan | Finneman, Trevor litigated a broad range of state and federal cases from complaint through trial at both a boutique litigation firm and a national civil rights organization. In those positions, Trevor successfully litigated cases involving civil rights, disability discrimination, personal injury, toxic torts, environmental law, and commercial disputes. Trevor currently represents plaintiffs in employment, civil rights, and personal injury matters throughout California.
Trevor earned his law degree from the UCLA School of Law. During law school, he served as Executive Editor of the UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, and was appointed Vice President of the National Association of Law Students with Disabilities. Trevor also served as co-chair of the UCLA Disability Law Society. Prior to law school, Trevor earned B.A. degrees in Political Science and Religious Studies with highest honors and distinction in general scholarship from UC Berkeley.
Trevor is a Green Bay Packers fan and part owner (he has a grand total of 2 stock shares). When not rooting for the Packers, Trevor enjoys various sports, reading, scuba diving, photography, and witty television shows. An avid traveler, Trevor has been to six continents and can pack his bags for a quick getaway in five minutes flat.