Raised in Montgomery, Alabama, Attorney Garrett White graduated from Trinity Presbyterian High School where he played trumpet in the band, and competed in many scholastic competitions. He attended both the University of Alabama and Samford University on academic scholarships, where he majored in Philosophy. He then attended Cumberland School of Law, also on academic scholarship, where he was a member of the Arbitration team and National Trial team.
Garrett chose to attend law school after interning at the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals and the Alabama Supreme Court. While attending law school, he clerked for Montgomery Circuit Court Judge Roman Shaul, and worked at the Jefferson County Public Defender’s Office. Upon passing the Alabama Bar, Garrett clerked for the Presiding Judge of Jefferson County, Judge Elisabeth French.
Garrett moved to Mobile, Alabama and began working with Greene & Phillips in 2021. He has a strong desire to help those injured by others, and has an unwavering commitment to the principles of law.