Jacob Patton is a trial lawyer whose state and federal practice is focused on general civil litigation, including construction disputes, class actions, tort actions, commercial disputes involving aircraft purchase and sale transactions, and other complex business litigation. A portion of his practice is dedicated to representing energy industry clients in litigation involving contract disputes, surface and property damages, environmental issues, title and lease disputes, personal injury claims, and late payment and royalty lawsuits.
Jacob earned his undergraduate degree in organizational leadership from the University of Oklahoma in 2020, graduating with special distinction and earning a 4.0 Medallion. Three years later, he graduated summa cum laude from the Oklahoma City University School of Law, where he was named a Merit Scholar, served as staff editor of the Oklahoma City University Law Review, competed on and coached the Jessup International Moot Court team, and earned CALI awards for academic achievement in Torts, Contracts I, Contracts II, Criminal Law, and Legal Research & Writing II, and Oil and Gas Law.
The Oklahoma native also holds an associate’s degree in paralegal studies from Rose State College and worked as a full-time paralegal for a boutique law firm in Oklahoma City during his first year of law school.