Kilpatrick Law Group, PLLC
Thomas “Tom” Kilpatrick has practiced law for over 20 years. He and his wife, Samantha Kilpatrick, own Kilpatrick Law Group, PLLC. Prior to founding their own firm, Tom was a partner and the head of the litigation section at a larger Raleigh firm. Tom litigates a wide variety of business and real-estate disputes. He also provides legal services as an “outside general counsel” for business clients.
Tom is a Phi Beta Kappa and Honors graduate of UNC Chapel Hill where he also received his law degree with Honors from the University of North Carolina School of Law.
He has served on boards of directors for several non-profit organizations, including the Wake County Bar Association, Tenth Judicial District Bar Association, Operation Resolute, Inc., and North Ridge Country Club.
Tom and Samantha have two children – Mollie Pierce (Trinity Academy Class of 2019) and Carter (Class of 2022). Tom is a member of Providence Baptist Church where he serves in Student Ministries co-teaching 9th grade Life Class.
Tom’s Heart for Trinity
Trinity is unique and has played a big part in the life of our family. We carefully evaluated area schools when choosing Trinity for lower school and again for upper school. Trinity has been a wonderful fit for our family. My wife and I were first attracted to the mission of teaching students “how to think rather than telling them what to think” and the idea that children need to have a faith that is “their own,” rather than a superficial lifestyle. Unfortunately, these two things are often absent in the Christian education arena. We were drawn to consider Trinity because of our baby sitter, who was a Trinity student. We were impressed by the way she thought, communicated and carried herself. Most of all we noticed that she had embraced her faith and that it was her own. We continued to observe her as she went on to college, graduate school, and a career. We felt that she was well prepared academically and spiritually and that she faced each level confidently and successfully. It was really seeing the end product of the Trinity Academy education that led us to become a part of the Trinity community.