Patrick

T. Dean

Associate
500 N. Akard Street, Suite 3800
Dallas, TX 75201-6659

Overview

Patrick’s practice focuses on commercial litigation, with an emphasis on the energy, financial services and real estate industries.

Before joining Munsch Hardt, Patrick served as a Summer Associate in Munsch Hardt’s Dallas office, and he formerly served as a Judicial Intern for The Honorable Judge Jane Boyle, in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas. Patrick graduated second in his class at Texas A&M University School of Law, where he also served as Articles Editor for the Texas A&M Law Review.

Prior to the practice of law, Patrick spent nearly six years working as a Landman in locations across Texas, North Dakota and Ohio. During this time, he negotiated with a diverse range of property owners to buy or lease mineral rights, including a due diligence project for a $5 MM acquisition, as well as analyzed well production data, title opinions and division orders to confirm mineral and royalty interests.

Education

Admission

  • Clerkships

    • The Honorable Judge Jane Boyle, United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas (Judicial Intern)
  • Memberships

    • Association of International Petroleum Negotiators
    • Texas Aggie Bar Association

Overview

Patrick’s practice focuses on commercial litigation, with an emphasis on the energy, financial services and real estate industries.

Before joining Munsch Hardt, Patrick served as a Summer Associate in Munsch Hardt’s Dallas office, and he formerly served as a Judicial Intern for The Honorable Judge Jane Boyle, in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas. Patrick graduated second in his class at Texas A&M University School of Law, where he also served as Articles Editor for the Texas A&M Law Review.

Prior to the practice of law, Patrick spent nearly six years working as a Landman in locations across Texas, North Dakota and Ohio. During this time, he negotiated with a diverse range of property owners to buy or lease mineral rights, including a due diligence project for a $5 MM acquisition, as well as analyzed well production data, title opinions and division orders to confirm mineral and royalty interests.