Q&A with Attorney Tom Killoren

We sat down recently with South Carolina Harrison White attorney Tom Killoren Jr. and asked him about the job. Here’s what he had to say.

Question: Why did you become an attorney?

I became an attorney because my dad is an attorney, and I have great respect for him.

Question: What do you like the most about the law?

I like working closely with my clients with their cases and getting to know them well. Most importantly, I like working extremely hard to achieve the best result I can for my client.

Question: What are your favorite things about your job?

I enjoy trying new techniques to improve results in cases. I also like helping my clients achieve their individual goals.

Question: Of all the firms in the Carolinas, why should someone come to Harrison White?

A client should choose our firm because we have longevity in our field. We also have successful and talented lawyers in all of our various practice areas who are committed to compassionately improving the lives of our clients.

Question: What do people not know about you?

I love basketball! I love to both watch and play the game, and I especially enjoy playing basketball …

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