Patrick W. Boatman

Patrick W. Boatman: Attorney with Law Offices of Patrick W. Boatman, LLC

Biography

Editor and Member, Boston University Law Review, 1977-1979. Law Clerk to Chief Justice William A. Grimes, New Hampshire Supreme Court, 1979-1980.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Commercial Law
  • Bankruptcy
  • General Litigation
  • Personal Injury

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
860-840-2289  Phone
www.boatmanlaw.com
University Attended:
California State Polytechnic University, B.A., 1973; Webster College, M.A., 1975
Law School Attended:
Boston University, J.D., 1979
Year of First admission:
1979
Admission:
1979, Massachusetts; 1980, Connecticut
Memberships:
Connecticut (Member, Commercial Law and Bankruptcy Law Section), Massachusetts and American Bar Associations.
Military:
Lieut., U.S. Army, 1973-1976; Lieutenant Colonel, Connecticut Army National Guard
Birth Information:
Pasadena, California, August 18, 1951
ISLN:
908954917
Payment Information:
  • Accepts
  • Peer Reviews

    Client Reviews

    • 3.8/5.0 (3 reviews)
    • 100% (3 recommendations)
    • Communication

      3.7/5.0
    • Responsiveness

      3.7/5.0
    • Quality of Service

      4.0/5.0
    • Value for Money

      4.0/5.0
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