Tom takes an extremely meticulous approach to each matter he handles for clients, crafting tailored strategies and solutions for every case he handles in business, commercial and civil litigation matters. His vast experience includes matters relating to business transactions, commercial disputes and civil litigation litigation matters.
Lawlor returned to Major League Wrestling for their MLW Fusion tapings, where he won his second Battle Riot after defeating Jake Hager and also competed in AIW JT Lightning Invitational Tournament versus Tracy Williams in a Four-Way match.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Lawler was born in Liverpool, England. With the support of his family he immigrated to Rockford, Illinois where his service in the Union Army during American Civil War as well as acting as 23rd Commander-in-Chief of Grand Army of the Republic from 1894-1895 took place. Additionally he also worked to have a memorial hall dedicated to him constructed there.
Wuerl said Lawler was a quiet believer who used every opportunity to explain Catholic teachings gently. He co-edited Paulist Press’s Ancient Christian Writers series of books and translated St. Augustine’s Sermons for Christmas and Epiphany along with The Letters of Jerome into English for publication.
He was a member of the San Diego County Bar Association, California Bar Association, National Care Planning Council and Better Business Bureau. He leaves behind two sisters as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Tom joined our firm as a co-op student in 2016 and has become an invaluable part of the team since. His primary efforts at work revolve around projects; managing communications, submittals, and change pricing on many of our projects is what Tom excels at doing best!
He was one-time MLW World Heavyweight Champion, winner of the inaugural Battle Riot tournament and 2020 Opera Cup tournament champion. Among others, his feuds have included Stud Stable, Low Ki and Promociones Dorado’s Sami Callihan; Contra Unit; Von Erichs; and ACH.
Fr. Thomas Lawler, SJ is also a delegate from his Wisconsin Province of the Jesuits and serves as assistant director at Sioux Spiritual Center in South Dakota which offers retreats and ministry training to Native American Catholics.
Achievement and Honors
Lawler has earned several prestigious academic accolades during his academic career. These awards include: the Nina-Lee Warnick Memorial Award given to students who demonstrate integrity, concern for others and leadership within campus affairs; as well as receiving the Rev. Raymond J. Swords Faculty Medal awarded to those serving the College for over 25 years.
As an educator and lecturer on various subjects such as Alexis de Tocqueville, contemporary American politics, theology and society, Walker Percy, Flannery O’Connor and bioethics, Dr. Szekely has spoken at numerous colleges and universities on these topics as well as writing numerous books and articles for publication in various academic journals; receiving many honors for his contributions in political philosophy as an author as well as being editor-in-chief of Modern Age journal.
Lawler is an active member of the San Diego County Bar Association, California Bar Association and National Care Planning Council; additionally he is approved by Veterans Affairs to represent veterans seeking government benefits.
Former Delegate for Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus and Assistant Director at Sioux Spirituality Center. Also works as social worker/counselor.
Thomas Lawler currently holds the Director, Sourcing & Purchasing position at Princess House Inc, an Home Improvement & Hardware Retail company for 36 years now. LegiStorm Pro subscribers can see Thomas’ annual salary graphed over time to reveal trends.
In 2014, a man came forward and reported Lawler to the Diocese of Pennsylvania alleging sexual abuse at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in Lewisburg by starting off by touching and French kissing, then later progressed into molestation of a minor boy.
Lawler made headlines again when he challenged Miz for the WWE Championship at Raw on his 61st birthday, only to lose. It was an emotional victory and represented Lawler’s return after nearly 15 years away from competing on Raw.
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor’s estimated net worth as of 2023 is an estimated $3 Million. His primary sources of income come from movies, series, promotions and brand sponsorships as well as his work as an Irish actor – earning a decent annual salary as an actor in Ireland.