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Andrew J. Patterson

Andrew J. Patterson


Andrew Patterson is an associate who focuses his practice on defending product liability manufacturers, specifically in the automotive industry.

Andrew has experience with trial preparation, including preparing witness examinations, drafting trial briefs and responding to pretrial motions and other filings. This included preparing cases for mediation, preparing and taking depositions, drafting motions and drafting discovery. Andrew also has experience with insurance defense matters.

While in law school, Andrew was senior executive editor of the Baylor Law Review and a member of the Baylor Law Mock Trial Team and the Baylor Law Moot Court team, where he won both team and individual awards. 

Outside of the office, Andrew is a big sports fan and loves to cheer on the Milwaukee Brewers and his alma mater, Baylor University. He also enjoys participating in spicy food challenges.


Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 2022

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas


  • Baylor University, B.A., 2019

    cum laude

    Major: Political Science and Economics

    Baylor Interdisciplinary Core, Honors Program

    Honors Thesis: Telling Our Story: A Literary Analysis of Disability Narratives

    Baylor Social Innovative Collaborative

  • Baylor Law School, J.D., 2022

    magna cum laude

    Senior Executive Editor, Baylor Law Review

    Special Distinction in Litigation

    Bruster and Langston Intellectual Property and Advocacy Award

    National Online Moot Court Competition Team

    Capital City Challenge Mock Trial Team

    Battle of the Experts Mock Trial Team | Semifinalist

    National Civil Trial Competition Mock Trial Team

    American Association of Justice Mock Trial Team

    Dawson & Sodd Spring Moot Court Competition | 4th Speaker

    Baylor Barrister Society


Recent News, Events and Blogs

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  • "Selective Abortion Provisions: Birth of a Compelling Interest and the Future of Abortion Jurisprudence," Andrew Patterson, 74 BAYLOR LAW REV. 531