Garrett received his law degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law graduating cum laude. He was a member of both the UMKC Law Review and Urban Lawyer law journals and served on the Law Review Board as Lead Comment Editor during his second and third years. Garrett was also chosen for the United States Attorney’s Office internship program with the Western District of Missouri, where he filed briefs on behalf of the United States while working in the Criminal Division’s Appellate Unit. Prior to law school, Garrett attended the University of Missouri-Columbia, earning a bachelor’s in political science and a minor in journalism.
Garrett began his practice in Kansas City at a boutique law firm, where he focused on commercial and business litigation, white-collar criminal defense and free speech and election law. He has joined Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes where he will practice with the firm’s litigation teams focusing on commercial and business litigation, civil rights and employment disputes, constitutional law, white collar matters, internal investigations and appellate practice.
Garrett is a director on the Board of Directors for the Kansas City Mizzou Alumni Association. He is also the membership committee co-chair for the Catholic Lawyers Guild of Kansas City, and a board member of the Federalist Society – Kansas City Lawyers Chapter.
About Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes:
Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes combines highly focused practice groups in a client-focused law firm. The firm works with individuals, small businesses and large companies in the Kansas City area and on a regional and nationwide basis. Its attorneys have the experience, knowledge, and skill to engineer favorable solutions in efficient and effective ways.