Trevor B. Hall

Trevor B. Hall

Trevor B. Hall is a Senior Associate Attorney in our Austin office. Along with general school law, Trevor is a member of the Firm’s special education practice group. Trevor also advises school districts on business matters, specifically emphasizing insurance coverage and construction projects.

Trevor’s passion for the education system – specifically for the special education community – allows him to serve the Firm’s clients with compassionate and personal representation. He was an attorney with one of the largest commercial law firms in the southwestern United States and operated his own practice before seeking a career that more aptly suited his soul. Trevor’s broad experience in insurance coverage – he has participated in the recovery of over $100,000,000.00 in insurance proceeds in his career – and business law uniquely position Trevor to counsel school districts on a wide variety of matters.

Trevor attended the public school system in Amarillo, the crown jewel of the Texas Panhandle, where he regularly visits family. Trevor earned a B.A. from West Texas A&M University, where he majored in political science. In 2002, Trevor graduated magna cum laude and ranked #8 in his class from Oklahoma City University School of Law in 2002, where he earned many academic and other honors, including: Law Review, Phi Delta Phi international honor society, Order of Barristers, Appellate Moot Court, six CALI awards for highest grade earned in a class, extern to Hon. Robin Cauthron of the U.S. District Court for Western Oklahoma, and Christian Legal Society (chapter president).


Oklahoma City University, J.D., magna cum laude, 2002

West Texas A&M University, B,A,, 1998


State Bar of Texas, 2002

Admitted in the U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas

5th Circuit Court of Appeals


State Bar of Texas

Insurance Law Section, Construction Law Section, and School Law Section

Texas Council of School Attorneys

Texas Council of Administrators of Special Education


Hi—I’m Your Lawyer; We Haven’t Met”: When May an Insured Select its Own Counsel?, Dallas Bar Association—Litigation Section, January 11, 2005 (with Ernest Martin, Jr.).

Managing the Liability Crisis Through Insurance: Practical Tips for Corporate Counsel, 25th Annual Corporate Counsel Institute, Houston/Dallas, Texas, March/April 2003 (with Ernest Martin, Jr. and John C. Rentz).

Insurance: The Basics for Directors & Officers of Non-Profit Corporations, 20th Annual Nonprofit Organizations Institute, University of Texas School of Law, January 16, 2003 (with Ernest Martin, Jr., and Charles Keeble).