Tom Brejcha is a renowned legal expert with four and a half decades of experience in federal and state courts. As the Founder, President, and Chief Counsel of Thomas More Society, he has spent the last twenty-six years championing the sanctity of life, religious liberty, family values, and election integrity. Hailing from Chicago’s South Side, Tom graduated with honors from Notre Dame and earned a Root-Tilden Scholarship to New York University Law School. As an Army Captain in Vietnam, he received a Bronze Star and an Army Commendation Medal.
In 1986, Tom volunteered to defend pro-life leader Joe Scheidler in the landmark NOW v. Scheidler case. After numerous challenges and three U.S. Supreme Court appearances, Tom prevailed, leading to the formation of Thomas More Society in 1997. The organization has since evolved into a leading public interest law firm with active cases and skilled attorneys nationwide. Tom has testified before U.S. Congressional Committees, appeared on national and local media, and received numerous awards for his work. As a respected speaker, he shares his expertise at prestigious conferences.
Tom lives in Evanston, IL, with his wife Deborah, and they have two sons, Matthew and Peter.