Gentry Locke’s Charles (Trey) Smith named President of Ted Dalton American Inn of Court

ROANOKE, Va. (July 2, 2019) – The Virginia law firm of Gentry Locke is pleased to announce that Partner Charles (Trey) H. Smith, III has been named president of the Ted Dalton American Inn of Court.

The Inn of Court serves to improve the skills, professionalism and ethics of the bar, and to foster greater interaction between the bench and bar. The Ted Dalton American Inn of Court consists of members from the cities of Roanoke and Salem, the counties of Bedford, Botetourt, Franklin and Montgomery, and the Washington & Lee University Law School.

Trey focuses his practice on the representation of plaintiffs in personal injury and wrongful death cases. Over his 29 years with Gentry Locke, Trey has handled trial cases involving medical malpractice, products liability, premises liability, private and commercial motor vehicle accidents, defamation, malicious prosecution, and toxic exposure, among others. He earned his B.A. from the University of Virginia and his J.D. from the College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law.

About Gentry Locke

With more than 55 lawyers practicing across a range of disciplines, Gentry Locke brings uncommon thinking and deep experience to the legal and business challenges of companies, institutions, organizations and individuals—a commitment the firm has met since 1923. Operating from offices in Roanoke, Lynchburg, and Richmond, Virginia, Gentry Locke serves clients in Virginia and across the United States, as well as worldwide as a member firm of the ALFA International Legal Network. Meet the firm’s dynamic attorneys and learn more about its fierce drive to achieve success for its clients by exploring this website.

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