Garry B. Trinh
Garry Trinh was born in Richardson, Texas before moving to California where he was raised in Orange County. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Irvine where he graduated with a degree in both Political Science and Criminology, Law & Society. While at UC Irvine, Garry was a member of the International Honor Society and consistently on the Dean’s Honor List. Garry then attended law school at the University of California, Irvine School of Law. During law school, Garry’s diverse experience included interning at a large Nevada law firm and at a children’s rights organization in Los Angeles, as well as being a member of UCI Law’s Intellectual Property, Arts & Technology Clinic. At UCI Law, Garry was also a Senior Research Editor for the UC Irvine Law Review, a Professor’s Research Fellow, and a Pro Bono Achievement Award recipient.
It was in law school where Garry developed a passion for fighting for the rights of others and advocating for those in needs. During law school, Garry devoted extensive time to providing pro bono legal services to underserved communities.
After obtaining his law degree, Garry stayed in Orange County and became licensed to practice law in California. Garry began his legal career at a California law firm where he specialized in business and corporate litigation, representing several business and corporate entities at all stages of litigation. After moving to Las Vegas and becoming licensed to practice law in Nevada, Garry joined Morris//Anderson where he is able to return to fighting passionately for the rights of others.