Patrick was and raised in New Orleans and graduated from Brother Martin High School in 2012. While attending LSU, he held an array of positions as a tutor to high school students, an editing assistant to a Professor who was working on a book about the social impact of legislation in the South, and a leasing agent at one of the largest apartment complexes in the area. These experiences allowed him to gain experience with a diverse set of people while allowing him to grow his skill set in a variety of disciplines.
After graduating LSU as one of the top 10 students in the EJ Ourso College of Business, Patrick attended Tulane Law School. At Tulane, he was selected as a law clerk in the Tulane Legal Assistance Program in his first semester, which allowed him to get to work immediately helping clients of all types within the Tulane Community. In his second year, Patrick made the Tulane Mock Trial team for which he competed all over the country, winning the John L. Costello Trial Advocacy Competition in Washington, D.C.
Patrick previously clerked for plaintiffs’ attorneys before joining TWPD, giving him a full perspective of the cases which he handles.
Patrick’s admission to the Louisiana Bar is pending the opportunity to be formally sworn in.