Thomas D. Lowry

Associate

Overview

A former project analyst-turned-attorney, Tom Lowry activates his background in financial administration to help clients make high-impact transactions that drive their business forward.

Prior Experience

Before he transitioned into law, Tom worked as a project analyst for revenue cycle management provider R1 RCM. Among the highlights of his time there, Tom designed a regression model that improved client hospitals’ revenue projection accuracy.

This analytical experience made for a natural transition into corporate law. Tom started in the field as a legal intern for broker-dealer Cambridge Investment Research, where he drafted memos and white papers and helped polish contracts. 

Prior to joining the firm full-time, Tom worked as a summer associate, supporting attorneys on matters related to investment regulations and the intersection of cybersecurity and social media.

Personal Interests

Tom’s favorite activities include skiing, biking, running and hiking. He enjoys exploring the United States and hopes to continue doing so throughout his legal career. 

Services & Industries

Credentials

Bar Admissions

Iowa

Education

University of Iowa College of Law
J.D. with distinction, Iowa Law Review - Articles Editor (2020)

Depaul University Kellstadt Graduate School of Business
M.S. in Economics and Policy Analysis, with honors (2014)

DePaul University
B.A. in Economics and Political Science, magna cum laude (2013)

Insights & Events

Other Perspectives
  • "Biting the (Loan) Sharks: Why the Truth in Lending Act (TILA) Currently Fails in its Goal to Promote Well-Informed Consumer Credit Decisions, and How Greater Allowance of Statutory Damages May Improve TILA’s Effectiveness"
    Note Author, 105 IOWA L. REV. 2020.
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