Glen E. Patrick
- Municipal Law
- 1984, Texas
- Baylor University, J.D.
- Smith County Bar Association; State Bar of Texas
Author and Speaker: “Redemption, Reaffirmation and Lien Avoidance,” 1988; “Exemptions State and Federal, What Is Protected?” 1992; “Selected Automatic Stay Issues,” 1993; “The Individual Business Bankruptcy,” 1999; “Selected Claims Issues: Is it Really Too Late,” 2003; State Bar of Texas Advanced Business and Consumer Bankruptcy Courses. Course Director, State Bar of Texas Advanced Consumer Bankruptcy Course, 2000. Assistant District Attorney, Smith County, Texas, 1984.
- Tyler, Texas
Frequent author and speaker at the State Bar of Texas Advanced Business and Advanced Consumer Bankruptcy Courses (see Publications & Presentations); Course Director, State Bar of Texas Advanced Consumer Bankruptcy Course, 2000; Assistant District Attorney, Smith County, Texas, 1984.
Born in Tyler, Texas, Glen Patrick was educated at Tyler Junior College and Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, where he majored in history and received his Bachelor of Arts degree. In law school, Glen Patrick was actively involved with the Moot Court competition and was selected for the 1983 Baylor Moot Court Team.
Mr. Patrick has been married to his wife, Denise, for 29 years. They have three grown children.
Glen Patrick is a founding member and serves on the board of directors of Carpenters for Christ, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing carpentry services to those unable to either obtain the services or perform the services themselves.