Patrick Kane is a member of the firm's litigation practice group in the Greensboro office. Patrick regularly represents municipalities and is the Town Attorney for the Town of Wentworth. He graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law in 2007, where he was a member of Wake Forest Law Review and very active in moot court. In 2005 he won Wake Forest's George K. Walker First Year Moot Court Competition. In 2006 Patrick was a finalist at the Tulane Mardi Gras National Sports Law Moot Court Competition and was also a member of Wake Forest's National Moot Court team. In addition, throughout law school Patrick was the head coach of the Wake Forest men's rugby team. Prior to attending law school, Patrick was a litigation paralegal in Rochester, NY where he gained valuable experience in products liability and toxic tort litigation.
Patrick is also a contributor to the North Carolina Appellate Practice Blog, www.ncapb.com, which provides news, information, tips, and resources for practicing law in North Carolina's state and federal appellate courts.