Katrina Patrick - Attorney

Houston Lawyer Katrina Patrick PRACTICE DESCRIPTION

Ms. Patrick primarily represents (1) employees in employment discrimination cases before administrative, federal, state and local proceedings, (2) persons injured or sexually assaulted at various locations including but not limited to apartment complexes, parking lots, stores, and schools, and (3) wrongful death claims.

Ms. Patrick is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.


  • Speaker:  Employment Rights & Resolutions, EEOC Taps Seminar (August 2011)
  • Interviewee:  "Boss, please talk into my cell phone" Houston Chronicle (April 2011)
  • Speaker:  "Ethics & the Job Search for International Women" University of Houston Clear Lake, (March 2011)
  • Interviewee: Employment Law Rights, Straight Talk With Lloyd Gite KTSU 90.9 (February 2011)
  • Interviewee:  "Are you being secretly recorded at work?" ABCNEWS.COM
  • Featured in H Texas Magazine's Top Women in Business (January 2011)
  • Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation (outstanding professional service and notable contributions to the system of justice and the people of Texas)
  • Speaker: Textual Harassment, Channel 13 ABC, (Sept. 2009)
  • Voted Houston's Top Lawyer (H Texas Magazine 2007-2010)
  • Speaker: Retaliation, 17th Annual Labor And Employment Law Conference, The University of Texas School of Law, (May 2010)
  • Voted Houston's Top Lawyer For The People (H Texas Magazine 2007-2010)
  • Speaker: Voices of Colour - Women and the Law, University of Houston Clear Lake, (Spring 2009)
  • Speaker: Employment Law, NAACP, (February 2008)
  • Speaker: Building Your Professional Brand For Success In Any Legal Environment (Downtown Group, October 2007).
  • Featured in Houston's Top Attorneys section of Houston's Modern Luxury 2007.
  • Member: State Bar of Texas, Texas Pattern Jury Charges Committee, (2005-2006)
  • Member: National Employment Lawyers Association, (Board Member 2002-2003)
  • Co-Planner and Speaker: Employment Law Conference, Texas Southern University's Thurgood Marshall School of Law, (April 2006)
  • Speaker: Exploring Careers, Alice Johnson Jr. High, (Career Day 2005)
  • Speaker: Starting and Building a Plaintiff's Employment Practice, 12th Annual Labor And Employment Law Conference, The University of Texas School of Law, (May 2005)
  • Speaker: What Every Lawyer Needs To Know About Employment Law, Fort Bend County Bar Association, (March 2005)
  • Member, National Registry of Who's Who Among Professionals


  • Howard University, B.B.A. in Accounting, cum laude, 1992.
  • Thurgood Marshall School of Law, J.D., 1996 (Member, Law Review – published).
  • Clerk with The Honorable Richard Bianchi, 333rd District Court – Houston, Texas.
  • Attorney, boutique law firm specializing in employment discrimination.





Contact us today for legal advice and consultation. However please note that there is no attorney-client relationship until a written contract is executed by both attorney and client.


Employment discrimination cases are, by design, complex because of the emotional and physical investment that workers have made on behalf of the employer all in the name of earning an honest living.  Based thereon, below are a few tips that may assist the worker in his or her claims:

1. Document everything

2. Complain appropriately

3. Seek legal counsel immediately

4. Keep documentation


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