Thomas A. Shook
North Charleston, South Carolina
Mr. Shook is a native of South Carolina and is a member attorney in the
Charleston office of Finkel Law Firm LLC, LLC. Prior to pursuing a legal
career, he served the U.S. Navy in a variety of capacities. Mr. Shook
is a graduate of Spartanburg Technical College, The University of South
Carolina, and The University of South Carolina School of Law.
While in law school Mr. Shook received the CALI award (formerly the American
Jurisprudence Award) in Corporate Tax, was Editor in Chief of the
South Carolina Environmental Law Journal, and was a student member of the John Belton O'Neill Inn of Court
and Phi Delta Phi.
Ninth Circuit Rejects Narrow Interpretation of "Responsible Corporate Officer," published as a note in the Spring 1999 edition of the
South Carolina Environmental Law Journal, and
The Submarine War in the Pacific, published in the Spring 1996 edition of the
War Studies Journal, King's College, London.
Mr. Shook is admitted to the South Carolina Bar and the Charleston County
Bar, and is a member of the Real Estate Practices Section. He has appeared
on numerous panels, authored several continuing education programs, and
has been a past participant on the faculty of the South Carolina Master
in Equity's Bench/Bar and the South Carolina Bar's "Law School
for Non-Lawyers." Mr. Shook primarily practices in the area of both
commercial and residential foreclosure and real estate.
Areas of Practice:
University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia, South Carolina
- Juris Doctor
- Law Journal: South Carolina Environmental Law Journal, Editor in Chief
University of South Carolina
- Bachelor of Arts
- Major: Philosophy
- Major: History
Spartanburg Technical College
- Major: Industrial Technology
Note, Ninth Circuit Rejects Narrow Interpretation of "Responsible
Corporate Officer", South Carolina Environmental Law Journal, Vol. 8, No. 1, Spring, 1999
The Submarine War in the Pacific, War Studies Journal, (Department of War Studies, King's College,
London), Spring, 1996
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