William D. (Trey) Buckley, III
Trey Buckley is an insurance lawyer in the Firm’s Franklin Office. He practices primarily in the Firm’s thriving insurance litigation practice, where he represents clients who have disputes with their insurance carriers.
Trey is a double VOL, by being a graduate from both The University of Tennessee at Knoxville (Magna Cum Laude) and the University of Tennessee College of Law (Cum Laude). He has also spent time in London, England, where he studied at the London School of Economics and Political Science, which just happened to be during the 2012 London Olympics. Prior to joining the firm, Trey clerked with the United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee under Magistrate Judge Edward G. Bryant and the Madison County Chancery Court of the Twenty Sixth District under Chancellor James F. Butler.
When asked where he is from, Trey responds from the great state of Tennessee. He has family in West Tennessee and lived there for over a decade; he has lived and studied in East Tennessee for seven years, and now resides in Middle Tennessee, where he works in Franklin and lives in Nashville. He knows I-40 well. In his spare time, which doesn’t include time he spends rooting for the VOLS, Trey likes to play sports and spend time with friends. Trey is a driven attorney who spends a substantial part of his life helping the firm’s clients, whatever those problems might be.