Trevor S. M. Stevens, a fifth-generation New Mexican, was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. After graduating as valedictorian from La Cueva High School, Mr. Stevens attended Stanford University, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Engineering with a focus in Architectural Design and minored in Sociology. During college, Mr. Stevens obtained his New Mexico Associate Broker real estate license. His real estate experience and a class on construction law revealed his passion for law.
In 2015, Mr. Stevens graduated from the University of Notre Dame Law School with a JD/MEng dual degree. Not wishing to set aside his engineering background, Mr. Stevens successfully completed a Master of Engineering concurrently with his law degree. Not only did he finish both degrees in three years, but he was also the first Notre Dame student to complete the JD/MEng dual degree in over a decade.
While in law school, Mr. Stevens was a member of the Journal of College and University Law, the nation’s only law review solely for higher education law issues. Mr. Stevens served as the Executive Production Editor for Volume 41 of the journal.
Throughout law school, Mr. Stevens clerked for the Branch Law Firm, where he became determined to help the injured and wronged seek recovery through the civil justice system.
Following law school, Mr. Stevens returned to his home state of New Mexico to join the Branch Law Firm in its Albuquerque office. Mr. Stevens practices in the fields of catastrophic event litigation, personal injury, products liability, pharmaceutical litigation, and medical malpractice.
In his free time, Trevor enjoys exploring the amazing and diverse landscapes afforded by the Land of Enchantment. Archery, camping, fishing, and hiking are among his favorite hobbies.