Tom Outlaw has worked on construction crews with brick masons and carpenters and he worked as a cook while attending The University of Mississippi. This work taught Tom a lot about people and he quickly realized he wanted to go to law school to help the people who work the hardest in life.
Tom received his undergraduate degree from The University of Mississippi with a B.A. in economics. He then obtained his law degree from Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans, Louisiana. While attending law school, Tom had the opportunity to work with a prominent personal injury law firm in New Orleans.
After graduation, Tom clerked for South Carolina Circuit Court Judge Edward B. Cottingham in Orangeburg and worked as an assistant public defender in Columbia. Tom developed his true passion for personal injury law as an associate with a law firm in Myrtle Beach and is proud to be working as an attorney with George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers in their Myrtle Beach office.
Tom spends his free time with his wife, Camille, and their two rescue dogs, Dakota and Louie. They enjoy hiking, camping, bicycling, running and cooking. Their daughter, Ashley, is a student at Clemson and, upon graduation, she plans to attend pharmacy school at MUSC in Charleston.