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Patrick Phillips graduated from Jacksonville State University near his home town in Alabama in May of 1994. That summer, he began study on a Masters of Public Administration degree at the University of Alabama that he completed the following summer. He went on to graduate from Oklahoma City University School of Law magna cum laude in May 1998. While there, he wrote onto the Law Review and served as an editor, had an article published in the Law Review, and began supervised practice and litigation as a qualified Licensed Legal Intern under the Rules of the Supreme Court of Oklahoma.
After engaging in private practice in Oklahoma for about 2 years, he moved to Atlanta and served as a contract attorney with the Atlanta law firm of King & Spalding before moving on his current role with Greenfield, Bost & Kliros in August 2000.
Patrick Phillips litigates in all Georgia state and federal courts, with an emphasis on construction and design professional litigation, and is also licensed to practice in Alabama.
Editor, Oklahoma City University Law Review. Author: “Common Law Respondent Superior Versus Federal Regulation of Motor Carrier Leases: Court Interpretation of the Interstate Commerce Commission Regulations of Motor Carrier Lease Requirements,” Spring/Summer 1999, Oklahoma City University Law Review.