THOMAS J. KIRKHAM
Extended Care Facility Defense
J.D. (magna cum laude), University of Toledo College of Law, 2019
B.A., Miami University, 2012
New York (Awaiting Authorization to be Sworn In to NY Bar)
United States District Court- Northern District of Ohio
Order of the Coif
Managing Editor, University of Toledo Law Review
Highest Ranking Student: Evidence
Highest Ranking Student: Business Associations
Highest Ranking Student: Commercial Paper
Highest Ranking Student: International Business Law
Highest Ranking Student: Immigration Law
Highest Ranking Student: Social Media Discovery
Thomas is an associate at our Toledo, Ohio office who focuses on Civil Litigation and Extended Care Facility Defense. During law school, Thomas served as the Managing Editor of the University of Toledo Law Review and was responsible for shepherding over thirty academic articles through all stages of the publication process.
Thomas has published an article titled Rejecting Historical Cell Site Location Information as Unreliable Under Daubert and Rule 702, which advocates for the rejection of expert testimony concerning a person’s past location based on their cell phone records.
Thomas J. Kirkham, Rejecting Historical Cell Site Location Information as Unreliable Under Daubert and Rule 702, 50 U. Tol. L. Rev. 361 (2019).