Mr. Lowder is a native of Kentucky. He was born in Lexington and grew up in Bowling Green, where he attended Bowling Green High School. Thereafter, Mr. Lowder attended Western Kentucky University, where he played football and was a starting member of the 2002 National Championship team. Mr. Lowder earned WKU’s Scholar Athlete of the Year Award and was a First Team Academic All-American in 2002. In 2003, he graduated summa cum laude with a major in Political Science and Sociology and a minor in Criminology.
Following graduation, Mr. Lowder attended The University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law where he was a member of the Brandeis Law Journal and graduated in the top of his class. While in law school, Mr. Lowder enjoyed clerkships with two prominent Louisville law firms, Phillips Parker Orberson & Moore and Boehl Stopher & Graves.
Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Lowder returned to his hometown of Bowling Green to begin his practice with the law firm of Bell Orr Ayers & Moore. During his association with Bell Orr Ayers & Moore, Mr. Lowder practiced in a variety of areas, including, domestic and family law, personal injury, general civil litigation, commercial litigation, real estate litigation, employment litigation, and established himself as the firm’s leading criminal practitioner.
In 2009, Mr. Lowder established The Law Office of T. Brian Lowder, where he practiced in the areas of criminal law, domestic and family law, employment law, personal injury, and general litigation.
In the fall of 2013, Mr. Lowder and Mr. McGill formed Lowder & McGill, PLLC, where they continue to pursue the common goal of aggressive representation of their clients’ interest.
Mr. Lowder is extremely familiar with the courtroom and has tried numerous bench and jury trials to verdict. Mr. Lowder is an aggressive advocate who puts his client’s interest at the forefront.
Mr. Lowder is married to Beth Lowder and they have two children, Conor and Collins. He is active in the community and currently serves on the WKU Hilltopper Athletic Foundation Board and the Bowling Green-Warren County Historic Preservation Board.