Thomas has been in practice since 2019. Upon graduation from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, he explored personal injury litigation work, but didn't find it fulfilling. Estate Planning, on the other hand, benefits everyone no matter their stage of life or socio-economic level. The work done in estate planning has a direct impact upon the lives of clients; it doesn't just make attorneys richer.
Thomas joined Crain & Wooley as an associate attorney because "the firm has hired great people who are knowledgeable and who want to actually help our clients. The firm has made things as easy as possible so that clients avoid feeling overwhelmed by the idea of estate planning."