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Biography

Tommy has experience in cases involving breach of contract, business torts and general commercial litigation, securities and blue sky litigation, creditor-debtor litigation and collection matters, commercial real estate litigation, and trade secret and restrictive covenant litigation.  He also has significant experience handling arbitration proceedings.

Prior to joining the firm, Tommy was a law clerk for Judge Joy Flowers Conti in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.  During his clerkship, Tommy assisted with all aspects of the court’s docket and obtained substantial experience with complex civil matters.

Tommy attended law school at the University of Notre Dame, where he was Managing Submissions Editor of the Notre Dame Law Review. He was a teaching assistant and tutor for courses on criminal law and constitutional law.  Tommy was a summer associate at Frost Brown Todd in 2010.  During Summer 2009, he interned for Judge Denise Clayton on the Kentucky Court of Appeals.

Other Info About Tommy

Education

Law School

University of Notre Dame, J.D., magna cum laude, 2011
Managing Submissions Editor, Notre Dame Law Review
Dean’s List
Dean’s Academic Group Leader, Constitutional Law and Criminal Law
Best Brief Award, Excellence in Oral Advocacy Award

Undergraduate School

University of Notre Dame, B.A., Philosophy and Economics, 2008

Clerkship

Tommy served as a clerk for the following court and judge:

Judge Joy Flowers Conti, United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, 2011-2012

Bar Membership

Tommy is licensed to practice in the following states:

Kentucky

Pennsylvania

Recognition

Local & National Recognition

Managing Submissions Editor, Notre Dame Law Review

Dean’s List

Dean’s Academic Group Leader, Constitutional Law and Criminal Law

Best Brief Award, Excellence in Oral Advocacy Award

Professional Affiliations

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

Notre Dame Monogram Club