Patrick Henry is the founding partner of the The Henry Firm. Having been a member of the Louisiana Bar since 1992, Patrick has practiced law in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Shreveport and throughout the state during that time. He has based his practice in Baton Rouge since 2003.
Patrick is most comfortable working with his clients to find successful resolutions to their legal problems and issues. Patrick has developed a broad practice representing businesses, governmental entities and individuals in a wide rage of legal matters and has extensive trial experience in both the state and federal court systems at the district and appellate levels. He is also a professional mediator.
He has also routinely represented clients in various matters before state and federal regulatory authorities and governmental agencies in areas such as Environmental Law, Energy, Ethics, Professional Licensing, Public Transportation, Public Utilities and Telecommunications. Patrick has also served as general counsel and regulatory counsel for a number of business entities.
Patrick was born in Jonesboro, Louisiana and is the son of E.L. "Bubba" Henry and Frances T. Henry. He is a graduate of the Louisiana State University Laboratory School and pursued his undergraduate studies at Baylor University and Louisiana State University. Thereafter, Patrick obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Patrick's professional and community affiliations include past president of the Claiborne Parish Bar Association, Friends of the Louisiana State Museum, past director for the LSU University College Advisory Board, and current member of the board of directors for the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank.
Patrick is the father of one son, Jacob. He attends Broadmoor Baptist Church and is involved with several philanthropic and volunteer associations.
In his spare time, Patrick enjoys spending time with family and friends, hunting, fishing and golf.