Tenielle J. Patrick is an associate with the firm’s Jacksonville Office. Mrs. Patrick graduated from Florida International University with her Bachelors in Political Science and a minor in Psychology. During her time as an undergraduate at Florida International University, she regularly made the Dean’s List, was a National Collegiate Scholar, a member of the Political Science Honor Society, and received a Book Award from the Political Science Department.
Before attending law school, Mrs. Patrick earned her Master of Public Administration Degree from Florida International University. While in graduate school, Mrs. Patrick interned at the Florida Senate under Senator Larcenia J. Bullard during the Legislative Session.
Mrs. Patrick received her Juris Doctorate from Florida Coastal School of Law. Throughout her time in law school, Mrs. Patrick balanced working as a law clerk in civil litigation firms with her studies. Meanwhile, she won Best Oral Advocate for Lawyering Process, became a member of the Moot Court Honor Board, was a Semi-Finalist in the National Appellate Advocacy Competition, was a member of the Black Law Students Association and Caribbean Law Students Association, as well as participated in the Caribbean Law Clinic.
Mrs. Patrick is a member of the Florida Bar and the Jamaican-American Bar Association. She practices in the area of civil litigation and primarily focuses on construction law, general negligence, professional liability, and personal injury.