Title: Of Counsel
Company: Armstrong Teasdale, LLP
Location: Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
Thomas Edward Lowther, Of Counsel at Armstrong Teasdale, LLP, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in tax law.
Desiring to pursue a career in law since his youth, Mr. Lowther achieved a Bachelor of Laws from Washington University in St. Louis in 1962. Admitted to the Missouri Bar that same year, he immediately commenced his career at the Stolar Partnership LLP as an associate in 1962. Promoted to a partner in 1967, he has continued to excel in the role for 53 years, having also been a member of the executive committee from 1985 to 2013. Likewise, Mr. Lowther has served of counsel for Armstrong Teasdale, LLP since 2013. In this role, he specializes in tax law, municipal finance and estate planning, among other areas. He maintains membership with the American Bar Association, St. Louis Bar Association and Missouri Bar Association.
Renowned for his expertise, Mr. Lowther was honored as Corporate Lawyer of the Year in 2009, as well as named One of the Best Lawyers in America from 1996 to 2009. In addition, he was the recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Award from Washington University’s’ School of Law in 1997 and 2002 and featured in the Washington Journal Alumni Magazine. Likewise, he has served the school as a member of its National Council since 1994, as well as co-chair of the 125th Anniversary Committee and a member of the alumni board of governors since 1995. Reflecting on his career, Mr. Lowther credits a great deal of his success to Fred Coolman, who was the editor-in-chief of the Washington Journal Law Review. He feels honored to have contributed to a growing firm throughout his career and hopes to continue influencing justice and excellence for the people of Missouri. Notably, Mr. Lowther served with the U.S. Army in 1958. When he is not working, he enjoys archaeology, traveling and trout fishing.
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