Thomas K. Barlow
Tom was admitted to both the South Carolina and North Carolina Bars in 1995. Upon completion of law school, he was admitted as a member of the Order of Wig and Robe Honor Society. During law school, Tom served as an instructor in the law schoolís Legal Writing and Research Program and as a Research Editor of the American Bar Associationís Real Property Probate & Trust Journal. Tom is admitted to practice before the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals and all courts in North and South Carolina.
Tomís practice concentrates on employment issues and all types of litigation involving school districts. Tom helps school districts and other public and private sector employers in planning, compliance, administrative investigations, and litigation. He provides assistance with employee disputes regarding wage and hour matters, employment discrimination, wrongful discharge, employee leave issues, and various other types of employment related claims. In addition to providing guidance to school districts to help them avoid problems and lawsuits, Tom is also experienced in litigating employment lawsuits and other cases in state and federal courts. Tom has defended many types of cases before administrative agencies, state courts, and federal courts in both South and North Carolina, obtaining numerous favorable verdicts and summary dismissals before trial. Tom has written numerous articles on litigation and employment law topics, and he frequently presents seminars on litigation and employment-related legal topics.
North Carolina, 1995
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A., Political Science,
Professional Associations and Memberships:
American Bar Association
Tom grew up in Robbinsville, North Carolina, and his parents are former educators in the North Carolina public schools. Tom is married with two children who attend school in Lexington School District One.
Born: Rockville Centre, New York, August 7
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