Patrick L. Mickey
Patrick is an attorney at Brown & Crouppen, where he practices exclusively in the area of personal injury litigation. Since joining Brown & Crouppen in 2012, he has received much recognition for his advocacy skills, including a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Rating. He has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star and a member of the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Lawyers over multiple years.
Patrick is licensed to practice in Missouri and Illinois. He obtained his law degree from the Saint Louis University School of Law. While at SLU Law, he received many honors, including the Saint Louis University School of Law’s Academic Excellence Award for Trial Advocacy and the Lawyers’ Association of St. Louis’ Milton F. Napier Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy.
In addition to his work at Brown & Crouppen, Patrick was an adjunct professor of Trial Advocacy at Saint Louis University School of Law for 15 years and is a member of the Volunteer Lawyers Program of Legal Services of Eastern Missouri.
Patrick is an avid St. Louis sports fan, a travel buff, and a whiskey enthusiast.
Areas of practice
- Saint Louis University School of Law — St. Louis, Missouri
Juris Doctor, 2002
- University of Missouri-St. Louis — St. Louis, Missouri
Bachelor of Arts (summa cum laude), Political Science, 1999
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys
- American Association for Justice
- Lawyers Association of St. Louis
- Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
- St. Louis County Bar Association
- Theodore McMillian American Inn of Court, Barrister, 2010-2012
Awards and Recognition
- Super Lawyers® Rising Star, 2013-2017
- National Trial Lawyers “Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Lawyers,” 2017-2020
- Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent® Rating
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