A new addition to the Brooks, Cameron & Huesbch, PLLC team, Thomas attended West Virginia University and received a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry. After graduating, he worked in the energy industry negotiating agreements for natural gas production companies in the Appalachian Basin.
Thomas is a 2021 graduate of the West Virginia University College of Law. During his first year of law school, Thomas interned in the litigation department of a West Virginia law firm. For the remainder of his time in law school, Thomas interned in the West Virginia University Office of Technology Transfer helping to protect the university’s intellectual property.
In his free time Thomas enjoys golfing, attending sporting events, and spending time with his family and friends.
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