Guided by his integrity and experience, Patrick Jarrett has built a reputation among his colleagues as a zealous advocate for his clients. He is licensed to practice law in Georgia, Texas, and Alabama and is eligible to practice in any immigration court located in the United States. Patrick primarily focuses his practice to the representation of victims who have been injured. He has years of experience representing clients in immigration matters, family law matters, and criminal defense.
Patrick was born and raised in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Patrick attended Armstrong State University in Savannah, Georgia where he graduated cum laude and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. While studying at Armstrong, Patrick studied abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark. Patrick attended law school at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas where he was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society.
While studying at Texas Wesleyan, Patrick worked as an intern at the Tarrant County District Attorneys Office and the L.A.W. Center at Central Dallas Ministries. After obtaining his Juris Doctor degree and subsequently passing the Texas bar examination, Mr. Jarrett worked as an associate attorney at Lucio, LaFleur & Associates, PLLC in north Dallas County, Texas. While at Lucio, LaFleur, & Associates, Mr. Jarrett quickly established himself as a zealous advocate for his clients.
A Georgia native, Patrick moved back to Savannah in 2010 and founded The Jarrett Firm, LLC. Patrick has quickly established himself as a top local attorney in the Coastal Georgia area, having handled hundreds of cases within the superior courts, state courts, municipal courts, and the recorders court of Chatham, Liberty, Bryan, and Bulloch counties. In 2013, he and attorney Ben Price formed the law firm of Jarrett & Price, LLC and also co-founded the Georgia Military Family Law Center as an online legal resource for members of the military and their spouses.
Patrick is certified by the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution to take court appointed cases as a general mediator. Patrick can serve as a mediator on cases involving a variety of legal issues.