HILLARY D. PATTERSON joined the firm as an associate attorney after admission to the Colorado Bar in November, 2015. While technically new to the profession, Hillary has significant experience in civil litigation and insurance defense as she has worked at the firm since 1997. She has filled many different roles within the firm, including archiving clerk, receptionist, legal assistant, paralegal, legal billing manager, and law clerk.
Hillary is a Colorado native and the second of three daughters of the firm’s owner, Frank Patterson. Hillary received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder, graduating with honors and distinguished membership in Phi Beta Kappa. Hillary received her Juris Doctor degree at the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, graduating in the top 14% of her class. While at the University of Denver, Hillary served as an extern for an energy law firm and a private criminal defense attorney. She also served on the executive board of the law school’s chapter of Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society, and she continued to work full time at the firm, all while raising her two children.
Hillary is admitted to practice in Colorado and the United States District Court for the District of Colorado. Her professional associations include the Colorado Bar Association (CBA), Colorado Defense Lawyers Association (CDLA), and Colorado Women’s Bar Association (CWBA).
Hillary is married and has two children. She enjoys spending time with her family and taking advantage of all of the outdoor activities this beautiful state has to offer. She has also been a women’s lacrosse official in Colorado for fourteen years and continues to enjoy officiating games from the youth through NCAA levels, as well as volunteering her time to the development of the sport and its officials in Colorado.
My Roofer, Inc. v. State Farm Fire & Casualty Company (Weld County District Court, 2015CV30425). July 13, 2016, attorneys Frank Patterson and Hillary Patterson obtained a directed verdict for the defendant.
Prior to trial, attorney Hillary Patterson successfully argued a pre-trial motion regarding Plaintiff’s spoliation of evidence, and the Court issued an order for adverse inference instruction.
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