Trey Cooke studied Criminal Justice at Appalachian State University and received his law degree from Campbell University's School of Law. Through his various engagements as a law student, Trey provided several hundred hours' worth of pro bono legal work for clients in need. His training and experience have allowed him to excel as an attorney inside and outside the courtroom.
Trey was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. He became interested in practicing law as a high school student when he began volunteering as a youth prosecutor and defense attorney through Wake County's Capital Area Teen Court Program. Trey recently moved to Wilmington, North Carolina with Monique Cooke, his wife, who works as a Law Clerk in New Hanover County. He is the proud parent of two foster pets: his cat, Siena, and puppy, Ginsburg.
Areas of Practice
- Criminal Law
- Traffic Violations
- Drug Violations
- Weapon Charges
- Family Law
- Estate Planning
- North Carolina, 2018
- Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, Buies Creek, North Carolina
- J.D. - 2018
- Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina
- B.S., Bachelor of Science - 2015
Professional Associations and Memberships
- North Carolina Bar Association, Member, 2018 to Present
- Wake County Bar Association, Member
- North Carolina State Bar, Member, 2018 to Present
- HIGHTS (Helping Inspire Gifts of Hope, Trust, and Service), Board Member
Recent Blog Posts
People suffering from the financial burden of a disability may apply for Social Security Disability benefits if they have a work history that makes them eligible. However, they should be aware of the potential for a denied claim and what they can do about it. ...
If you are the victim of a rear-end collision, you may feel OK except for rattled nerves. You may just want to go home and relax after the accident. However, prompt medical attention is the best idea since you may have underlying injuries. A medical report should...
After getting into a crash for the first time, the aftermath often feels chaotic. It is hard to keep track of the things you should and should not do. This is especially true when concerned about other passengers, yourself or your car. But the moments after a crash...