- Personal Injury - Plaintiff
- Products Liability Law
- Criminal Law
- Medical Malpractice
- Business Law
- Real Estate
- Maritime Law
- South Carolina, 2006
- U.S. District Court District of South Carolina, 2006
- Washington D.C., 2011
- Charleston School of Law L.L.M. – Maritime Law, 2014
- Loyola School of Law Juris Doctor, 2005
- University of South Carolina B.A. International Studies, 2002
- Georgetown County Leadership Class 2009-2010
- South Carolina Legal Bar Leadership Training 2011
- Professor of Civil Litigation and Advanced Civil Litigation Horry Georgetown Technical College Paralegal Program, 2010-2011
- Coach for High School Moot Court Team Carvers Bay High School, 2010-2011
- National Advocacy Center
- Certified Mediator with the State of South Carolina
- South Carolina Notary Public
- 2015 - Super Lawyers Rising Star award for Top Attorney in Personal Injury (General Plaintiff).
- 2010 - Finalist for South Carolina Young Lawyer of the Year
- 2010 - Young Professional of the Year for the Waccamaw Region of South Carolina
- 2009 - Young Professional of the Year for Georgetown County, South Carolina
- Coordinator for Georgetown Lighthouse Society whose mission is to renovate a 200 year old lighthouse and property
- Board of Director member for Service Over Self (youth volunteer organization)
- Board of Director member of Georgetown County Library Board
- Board of Director member of Georgetown County YMCA
- Lay Reader, Youth Leader, and Lay Eucharistic Minister with Prince George Episcopal Church
- Volunteer with St. Francis Animal Center
Thomas Winslow was born and raised in the Carolinas
Tom is licensed to practice in state and federal court in South Carolina and Washington D.C. This honor allows him access to over 17 state courts through the reciprocity process. He has also been admitted to practice in Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Cherokee Reservation, and Tennessee. Along with practicing law, Tom is a certified Notary and Mediator in the State of South Carolina. Mediation is a conflict resolution process in which Attorney Winslow helps aggrieved parties settle their differences and resolve disputes.
In High School, Tom met his wife Lauren and they quickly became best friends. They married in 2006 and moved from Columbia to Georgetown, SC. Lauren Winslow was the Parish Administrator at Prince George Episcopal Church, before deciding to stay at home with their daughter Lea and son William. Together, the Winslows serve their community through many charitable and civic organizations.
Prior to attending Law School, Tom worked at the National Advocacy Center – the designated training center for all federal prosecutors located in Columbia, South Carolina. Mr. Winslow then earned his law degree from Loyola School of Law and his B.A. in International Studies from the University of South Carolina. After his graduation, Mr. Winslow joined the Bell Legal Group with a focus on professional malpractice, criminal law, and personal injury. He was soon admitted to practice in the Federal District Court of South Carolina. In 2011, Tom joined the Graham Law Firm, P.A. and handled their medical malpractice litigation department which included birth injury litigation.
Tom accepted a position with Boyd Goldfinch Law Firm as of counsel in 2012. This role allowed him the opportunity to apply his knowledge and experience in helping the people of his community. During this time, Mr. Winslow earned an advanced degree in maritime law from the Charleston School of Law.
In his current work at Goldfinch Winslow, LLC, Tom’s involvement with clients often results in a relationship that lasts well beyond the case. He attentively listens and cares about each client.
We value our clients and our community; that is why we fight for both. Since 2005, I have been helping people and businesses by litigating for those that need an advocate. I have worked on complex litigation with both the plaintiff and the defendant. The practice of law is exciting and every day motivates me to do the best I can for my clients.
When not at work, Tom has served as a Board of Director for the Winyah Auditorium, YMCA, SOS, Winyah Gym, Patriots Club, St. Francis Animal Center, and the Tara Hall Home for Boys. He was appointed to the State Pilotage Commission which governs all the state maritime pilots. He is a frequent guest speaker, presenter, and lecturer throughout the state. He enjoys the outdoors, skiing, cooking, exercising with his wife, and family time with their young daughter and son.