Tom Gosselin was born and raised in West Hartford, Connecticut. Mr. Gosselin attended the University of Connecticut and graduated magna cum laude with a degree in English. While at UConn, Mr. Gosselin spent a semester interning at Treatment Action Campaign, an organization in South Africa that advocates for the rights of people infected with HIV/AIDS. Here, Mr. Gosselin developed a passion for confronting injustice and advocating for the disenfranchised.
After college, Mr. Gosselin attended and graduated from Tulane Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana. There, Mr. Gosselin was the Senior Articles Editor for the Tulane Environmental Law Journal, was a student attorney with the Tulane Environmental Law Clinic where he represented clients against the State of Louisiana and ultimately argued the merits of the case in front of Louisiana’s 14thJudicial District Court, and was a research assistant for both Prof. Onnig Dombalagian and Prof. Nadav Orian Peer. At Tulane, Mr. Gosselin earned a certificate in Environmental Law and the Haber Joseph McCarthy Award for achievement in environmental law.
Mr. Gosselin first met Attorney Lawrance Bohm at a 2017 interview program in New Orleans where he was selected to clerk for Bohm Law Group that summer. Mr. Gosselin returned to Bohm Law Group after graduating law school. When Mr. Gosselin is not working he enjoys spending time with his wife and dogs, hiking, and following the NBA season a little too closely.