Thomas Foley of New Jersey spent more than 15 years practicing law before setting up the Indigo Group in Dallas, a boutique investment and advisory firm. Thomas Foley also was managing partner at Foley Perlman & Campbell, LLC, which operated in New York City and Hoboken, NJ. While there, he also taught law at the College of Arts and Letters at the Stevens Institute of Technology.
Well known for the quality of its instruction in technical fields, the Stevens Institute of Technology also has a liberal arts component. In addition to rigorous training in the sciences, early students were required to take courses in philosophy, languages, and literature. While Stevens always had an active humanities department, it was not until 2003 that an official division of humanities and social sciences was established. And in 2007, the institute elevated the status of the division to the College of Arts and Letters.
The college today offers undergraduates several majors and minors, as well as double-major and double-degree programs. Students may also select the five-year bachelor’s/master’s program, which leads to a BA, BS, or BE as well as an MA in technology, policy, and ethics. Another option is the six-year accelerated law program, offered in conjunction with both the Seton Hall University School of Law and the New York Law School.
Drawing upon his legal and business acumen, longtime New York and New Jersey resident Thomas Foley presently serves as principal of the Indigo Group, LLC, managing the firm’s Dallas office. Concurrently, Thomas Foley founded Foley Shechter, LLP, a boutique law firm with offices in New York and New Jersey. An engaged member of his industry, the former Hoboken, N.J., resident maintains membership in the State Bars of New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania as well as the Federal District Court in New Jersey and the Eastern and Southern New York District Courts.
Mr. Foley has also been an active member of the American Bar Association. The ABA is designed to address the interests of all practitioners and, specific for Mr. Foley, this incorporates business law.
The American Bar Association (ABA) will host the 2014 Business Law Section Spring Meeting, which is scheduled to take place April 10 to April 12, 2014 at L.A. Live and the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles. More than 2,000 members are expected to gather in California, where they will participate in more than 300 meetings and 50 continuing legal education programs that explore the most current issues in business law. Members will also benefit from the many social events scheduled that will enable them to network and interact with their peers.
Serving approximately 400,000 members, the ABA is recognized as one of the largest professional organizations in the world. For more than a century, the organization has maintained its commitment to serving as a valuable resource for its members, improving the judicial process, and promoting the legal profession worldwide.