Washington University School of Law, J.D. Expected 2021
Oklahoma State University, B.S. in Chemical Engineering
Trey Holloway is a Summer Associate for Irwin IP and rising third-year student at Washington University School of Law.
Before working at Irwin IP, Trey interned at Head, Johnson, Kachigian, and Wilkinson, a boutique intellectual property firm in Tulsa, OK. While at HJKW, Trey worked on diverse projects, such as drafting trademark and patent office responses, researching trademark infringement in search engine advertisement deals, and writing for the firm’s blog.
At WashU, Trey has served on the executive officer board of the Intellectual Property Law society and is a founding member of Power 2 the Polls, a student organization focused on encouraging voter registration and participation in the St. Louis community.
Prior to attending law school, Trey earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering and worked as a design and applications engineer for Sulzer Chemtech, where he specialized in designing natural gas distillation columns.