TreMarcus Rosemon was born and raised in Grenada, MS. He graduated from Grenada High School in 2011, and thereafter, continued his studies at the University of Mississippi, where he graduated cum laude with a degree in Business Administration. After obtaining his undergraduate degree, TreMarcus followed his dream of becoming an attorney and began his studies at the University of Mississippi School of Law.
During law school, TreMarcus participated in several organizations including the Black Law Students Association, the Trial Advocacy Board, and the Mississippi Law Journal. TreMarcus also earned several awards including the Outstanding Student Award (three times) and the American Board of Trial Advocates Tom Mason Trial Advocacy Award. TreMarcus ultimately graduated from law school magna cum laude, and began his legal career in Jackson, MS with Watkins & Eager, PLLC.
TreMarcus’ law practice focuses primarily on civil litigation, in which he has the privilege of representing physicians, healthcare facilities, and other medical providers. TreMarcus’ practice also includes construction and criminal defense litigation.
Beyond practicing law, TreMarcus prides himself as a up and coming entrepreneur. One of his biggest business ventures to date is the Xclusive School of Barbering, which he, along with his two business partners, opened in Batesville, Mississippi.
TreMarcus credits his success thus far to his faith in God and the support of his family, and
through his law practice and entrepreneurial spirit, TreMarcus hopes to help create opportunities for others to thrive and fulfill their potential.
TreMarcus is married to Jasmine (Coley) Rosemon, and they enjoy working out and traveling together.