Tom Lovecchio joined Atlee Hall in 2019 as a new graduate. An Associate Attorney with aspirations of successfully representing clients in the courtroom, Tom provides support and assistance on cases in furtherance of the firm’s vision, Achieving Justice, Protecting Community. This includes case-related research and writing, legal analysis, and other aspects involved in case preparation such as depositions, focus groups, and witness preparation.
So far, Tom has gained experience in medical malpractice, crashworthiness, and tractor trailer cases.
Tom cares deeply about his work at Atlee Hall. He notes, “People come to us when something tragic has happened to them or their family. I have the opportunity to help others through difficult periods in their lives and to assist them in finding some closure. It is rewarding to support our clients during each stage of litigation so that at the end of their case they are compensated for their hardship or loss. As a Plaintiff’s attorney, I focus on not only making sure our clients attain justice, but making sure the negligent party is held responsible to ensure the overall safety of our community.”
- AIEG (Attorneys Information Exchange Group) and AIEG Young Lawyers
- AAJ (American Association of Justice)
- PAJ (Pennsylvania Association for Justice) and PAJ Young Lawyers
- LBA (Lancaster Bar Association)
Education, Licensure, and Background
Tom received his Bachelor of Business Administration and Finance from the Fox School of Business at Temple University, Philadelphia, and graduated cum laude with a certificate in advocacy from Widener University Commonwealth Law School in 2019. Tom was the winner of the 2018 Hugh B. Pearce Trial Advocacy Competition and made the Dean’s list in successive years. Tom is also a member of The Order of Barristers, an honor society for law school graduates who demonstrate exceptional skill in trial advocacy, oral advocacy, and brief writing.
Tom is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania.
In his spare time, Tom enjoys practicing jiu-jitsu and playing basketball and soccer. His favorite quote is “Nostalgia is denial”, from the Woody Allen movie, Midnight in Paris.