Patrick primarily litigates cases involving defective products, including vehicles, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and cosmetics. By focusing on defective products, Patrick has been able to gain specialized experience that allows him to more effectively fight for his clients’ rights. Currently, Patrick concentrates his practice on representing women who have used talcum powder products and been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, handling federal and state court cases at all stages of litigation.
Patrick earned his undergraduate degree from Tulane University in New Orleans and his law degree from Mississippi College School of Law. He spent his final semester of law school as a visiting student at George Washington University in Washington, DC.
During law school, Patrick participated in eight moot court and mock trial competitions across the country, and his ability to effectively present legal arguments earned him multiple individual advocacy awards. As a result of these accomplishments, in his final year of law school he was inducted into the Order of Barristers, a national legal honor society. Patrick also served as an associate editor of the law review, was an officer in several student organizations, and achieved the highest grade in four of his courses. While in law school, Patrick gained practical experience by clerking at the D.C. Attorney General’s Office, as well as interning at a U.S. Attorney’s Office, a private law firm, and a district attorney’s office.