Tom was born in Buffalo, New York on October 10, 1954. He moved to Phoenix with his family in 1957.  He went to grade school in west Phoenix and graduated from West Phoenix High School in 1972.  He played the drums in both grade school and in the marching band at West High.  Tom obtained his Bachelor of Science degree, magna cum laude, in General Business Administration from the ASU College of Business in 1978 and graduated from the Arizona State University School of Law in 1981.  In law school he was on the Moot Court Board, was a member of the Order of the Coif, and participated every year as a writer and actor in the annual Law Follies. Tom now resides in Tempe.

Tom is married and has three children. His daughter, who graduated from the University of Southern California (English; Creative Writing) and Kings College, London (English Literature) is an editor at St. Martin’s Press in New York City; his son graduated from New York University (Dramatic Writing) and is a writer-producer living in New York City. His fourteen-year-old daughter was adopted from China and attends Basis Ahwatukee.

In his free time, Tom runs half marathons (ten so far), plays the drums (drum set in the basement), reads all kinds of literature – especially biographies, history and politics – and travels the world.

“I will represent my clients to the best of my ability — by developing innovative, pragmatic, and economic solutions to litigation, financial, and business problems consistent with their goals. I will continue to educate myself so as to utilize the most current, most state-of-the-art trial skills out there. Most importantly, I will care for my client’s problems as if they were my own.” – Thomas E. Littler, Esquire

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