Terrence G. Simpson joined the law firm of Kelly, Kelleher, Reilly & Simpson in 1983 and has been a partner since 1985. Before joining the firm, he worked for the Internal Revenue service at its national office in Washington D.C. His areas of legal expertise include estate planning as well as corporate and business law. He teaches estate planning in the Masters Program at Bryant College.
He represents numerous individuals and small businesses in business and estate planning matters. Mr. Simpson is a former solicitor for the Town of South Kingstown and currently handles criminal prosecutions for the Towns of North Kingstown and South Kingstown. He has argued successfully before the Rhode Island Supreme Court and the First Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mr. Simpson is a graduate of Providence College, Suffolk University, and Georgetown University, where he received a Master’s of Law degree in taxation. He is a member of the Rhode Island Bar Association and has served on its probate and trust, municipal law and taxation committees. He is also a member of the Washington County Bar Association. Mr. Simpson serves on the Board of Directors of the South Kingstown Chamber of Commerce, the South Kingstown School Funds Trustees, and the Contemporary Theatre Company. He enjoys acting in community theatre, hiking and skiing.