Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Patrick C. attended the University of Georgia,... more
Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Patrick C. attended the University of Georgia, where he pursued a degree in political science and pre-law, graduating with honors (cum laude; Phi Kappa Phi). After college studies, Mr. Burpee worked in Kodiak, Alaska, and while living there, assisted landowners and Alaska Natives with claims against Exxon resulting from the 1989 Valdez oil spill. He went on to ... view profile
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