Trent Testa serves as a Research Editor for Volume 51 of the Cumberland Law Review. Trent is a 2017 graduate of Mississippi State University where he received his Bachelors in Business Administration. While at MSU, Trent was the Vice President of Kappa Alpha Order.
Since beginning law school at Cumberland, Trent has became very active on campus. Trent was chosen to serve on the Career Development Advisory Board as a student advisor and was named the winner of the 1L Negotiation Competition. Trent also volunteers with Volunteer Lawyers Birmingham Project Homeless Connect and Civil Help Desk. Trent has been named to the Dean’s List in both the Fall 2018 semester and Spring 2019 semester.
Trent’s interests include following Mississippi State athletics, Chicago White Sox, and the Chicago Bears. He also enjoys hiking, rock climbing, and reading.
Click here to read Trent’s article discussing prisoners’ rights to access the courts, breathing space, and equal protection.