Patrick

T. Dean

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

Overview

Patrick’s practice focuses on corporate and securities matters, 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 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 corporate and securities matters, 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.