Member Profile


Membership Level

Sustaining Member

Name

Thomas Wheeler

Employer

Frost Brown Todd LLC

Email

TWHEELER@FBTLAW.COM

Business Phone

(317) 237-3800

Website

http://fbtlaw.com/

Address

PO Box 44961, 201 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, IN 46244-0961, United States

GOP Title

n/a

Leadership ID

n/a

Law School

Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Practice Area 1

Civil Rights

Practice Area 2

Education

Practice Area 3

Election Law

 

Tom is a member of Frost Brown Todd and is a principal in the Government Services and Appellate practice groups. He previously served as the Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights at the United States Department of Justice. As the Assistant Attorney General, Tom oversaw eleven sections, including Appellate, Criminal, Disability Rights, Education, Employment, Federal Coordination & Compliance, Housing, Immigration and Employee Rights, Policy & Strategy, Special Litigation, and Voting. Prior to joining the Department of Justice, Tom was counsel to Indiana Governor and now Vice-President Mike Pence.

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