Patrick A. Phillips is an Attorney at Kelley Kronenberg, handling matters related to First Party Property Insurance Defense.
Before becoming an Attorney, Patrick worked as a Law Clerk with Kelley Kronenberg, where he gained experience in First Party Property Insurance Defense by drafting case reports, pleadings, motions, and discovery requests and responses.
Patrick received his Bachelor of Science degree from Delaware State University, where he played Division 1 Football. He went on to earn his Juris Doctor degree from Ava Maria School of Law, where he was a senior member of the Moot Court Board and Chairman of the Mock Trial team. Patrick also served as a Student Bar Association Senator and Chairman of Community Service, as well as Treasurer for the Latino Law School Association and the St. Thomas Moore Society. While attending law school, Patrick gained civil litigation experience working as a Law Clerk for a boutique firm in Naples and a Civil Rights firm in Pensacola.
Patrick serves as a mentor and volunteer for the Teen Court of Collier County, a community-based alternative to the traditional juvenile court system where juveniles are defended and prosecuted by their peers. Teen Court volunteers represent juvenile offenders with charges of up to third-degree felonies and work in conjunction with the State Attorney, Court Administration, Department of Juvenile Justice, and law enforcement agencies.