Paul Winton Patterson II is the senior partner lawyer at The Patterson Comer Law Firm and holds the license to practice law in the state of Alabama since 1998. He focuses his practice on areas such as personal injury, dog bite, car accidents, wrongful death, product liability, 18 wheeler accidents, and nursing home abuse & neglect.
He is well-known for his outstanding skills in litigation. He has received recognition for his trial skills from the State & Federal judges throughout Alabama and the U.S. The legal community considers him to be one of the best trial lawyers.
Attorney Patterson treats his clients with respect and is genuinely concerned about their legal problems. He drives his practice through integrity and excellence. He replies to their questions promptly and politely.
After obtaining his Bachelors of Arts degree from the University of Alabama, he started studying law at the University of Alabama School of Law. He emerged as the top trial advocacy student, and the University of Alabama School of Law and the American College of Trial Lawyers conferred upon him the highly coveted Stancil R. Starnes scholarship as a recognition for his trial skills.
He also received the prestigious George P. Taylor Top Trial Advocacy award in the years 1997 and 1998 while studying law. The American Judicature Society honored him by naming him the top law student in trial advocacy for his Law School. The University of Alabama School of Law bestowed one of the top academic awards, the CALI in future interests, on him.
The authorities named him in the Trial Advocacy Team of the University of Alabama for his outstanding skills in advocacy and communication. They selected him as the lead advocate out of approximately 300 law students.
Paul Winton Patterson won the Southeastern Regional Championship in New Orleans, Louisiana by defeating the University of Florida School of Law while competing as the lead lawyer on Alabama’s trial team. His team also won competitions in Los Angeles, California, Washington D.C., Boston, Massachusetts, and Savannah, Georgia.
He completed his Juris Doctorate in 1998 and quickly became one of Alabama’s top lawyers by combining his trial skills with academic prowess. He has served on numerous non-profit boards in the Tuscaloosa community. He also works at the University of Alabama as an adjunct professor.
Paul Patterson and Mike Comer received the ASTA Presidential Award for their unwavering support of the Alabama State Trooper Association in 2008. The University of Alabama College of Education Board of Advisors named Paul Patterson as a lifetime member in 2010.
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