Patrick S. Reynolds
Patrick joined CCK as a summer associate in 2020 and returned to CCK in September of 2021 as an associate attorney. His practice focuses on representing disabled veterans before the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
Patrick received his B.A. in Theology and Political Science from Providence College in 2018 and earned his J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law in 2021.
During law school, Patrick completed co-ops for Judge William E. Smith of the Federal District Court, District of Rhode Island and for an international business law firm in Milan, Italy. He also worked as a law clerk at law offices in Boston and Providence. At Northeastern, he served as the co-president of the Christian Law Caucus and as an Associate Editor of the Northeastern University Law Review.
Patrick currently serves as a Town Councilor in North Attleboro, Massachusetts. Patrick previously served as Chairman of the North Attleboro Board of Selectmen and as a member of the Advisory Board of Bristol County, Massachusetts.
During his free time, Patrick enjoys experimenting with cooking and biking around New England.
- State of Rhode Island
November 13, 2018
February 19, 2019
- What is the Process at the Board of Veterans’ Appeals Under the New VA Appeals System?
- Long-Term Disability Waiting Period: What to Expect
- How to Increase VA Disability Rating from 80% to 100%
- Veterans Affairs (VA) Introduces New Automated Forms Replacing Statement in Support of Claim
- BVA errs in denying earlier effective date for TDIU, extraschedular referral for adjustment disorder