Thomas B. Davidson

Associate | San Francisco | (415) 268-7527
(415) 268-7527

Tom is a member of the Litigation Department with experience in internal investigations, data incident response, securities litigation, and consumer class actions.

Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Tom was senior project manager at the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC), an organization devoted to developing optimal legal service delivery models for legal departments of all sizes. Tom also served as a law intern at the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office for the Government Team, which reports the Office of the Mayor, Sheriff, Board of Supervisors, and other city leaders on matters of policy, legislation, and litigation.

Before law school, Tom worked at Google as a legal operations associate focused on process improvement, cost-savings, and resource allocation. During his time at Google, Tom received six employee recognition awards for team leadership and successful project launches. Tom was also a consultant in Deloitte’s Strategy and Operations Practice, where he received eight outstanding performance awards for client service, business development, and volunteerism.

Tom graduated from Stanford Law School with the Highest Pro Bono Distinction. While in pursuit of his J.D., Tom was the co-president and case lead of the International Refugee Assistance Project, where he led two client teams in the successful resettlement of three LGBT refugees. He also was a certified law student co-counsel for a successful deportation defense hearing at the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic.

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