Thomas L. Fraser is an attorney and writer based in New York City.  At this time, Fraser is focusing on helping people understand through his advising and newsletter what recently enacted economic stimulus and relief measures mean to their organizations and how to move forward.  A number of highly-complex coronavirus-related measures have been passed into law in a very short period of time in the United States and other countries.  It is very important that decision makers be well informed about these measures and programs to make good decisions.


Fraser's newsletter is read by Chief Executive Officers, Senior Policymakers, Entrepreneurs, Philanthropists and others in five continents.  To read Fraser's most recent observations about coronavirus stimulus and relief measures and what to watch for next, please go to the Newsletters section of this website.    


During the coronavirus pandemic, Fraser is focusing his speaking on one-on-one briefings and small group talks via Zoom video conferencing.  His briefing topics include "Singapore's Economic Development Model: A Study of Pragmatism" and  "Nonprofit Organizations: America's Best Idea."  For more information on his briefings and presentations, please go to the Speaking section of this website.  

Fraser's earlier newsletters are collected in the Second Edition of his book, "Making Sense of the Fine Print: How Today's Front Page Legal Issues Impact Business, Policy and Personal Success."

Fraser is a graduate of Columbia University School of Law and Hastings College.  He was an International Fellow while at Columbia University and a Rotary Foundation Fellow. He spent his year as a Rotary Fellow at the University of the Philippines, Diliman, in Manila.