Patrick Wolf is a litigator with wide-ranging experience representing business clients in industries that include private and public finance, commercial and residential real estate, oil and gas, healthcare, automotive, and renewable energy. In addition, Patrick advises cryptocurrency entities on complex federal and state securities regulations and a variety of business entities on formation and governance issues.
Patrick graduated cum laude from the University of North Carolina School of Law, where he was a member of the North Carolina Law Review and won several awards for his oral advocacy and research and writing skills. A former clerk for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, Patrick is a published author in the field of federal Native American law and civil rights.
Prior to joining Weisbart Springer Hayes, Patrick was an associate at a large nationwide law firm, where he also practiced commercial litigation.
- District of Columbia (pending)
- New York (pending)
- Texas Young Lawyers Association
- Texas Bar Technology Chapter
- J.D., with honors, the University of North Carolina School of Law
- B.A., Hope College, Philosophy and Political Science (Student-Athlete, Football).
- Patrick A. Wolf, Representation for Removal? The Cherokee’s Claim to a Congressional Delegate Assessed Under the Canons of Construction, 99 N.C. L. Rev. 223 (2021).