Arkansas Injury Attorney
Patrick Lee has lived in central Arkansas all his life and is proud to call it home. Lee was born and raised in Little Rock where he graduated from Little Rock Central High in 2007. Lee studied sociology at Hendrix College in Conway where he developed a deep-seated desire to serve his community. During his studies at Hendrix, he served as a resident assistant in Hardin Hall and also volunteered at the Heifer Ranch in Perryville, working on the ropes course and teaching leadership seminars. Lee’s studies in sociology taught him about the hardships faced by working American families, and he decided then and there he would devote his career to helping people any way he could.
Following his graduation from Hendrix College, Lee worked as an AmeriCorps member tutoring third graders in struggling Little Rock elementary schools in math and literacy.
His drive to serve working families eventually led him to return to school to get his law degree. In the fall of 2015, Lee enrolled in the William H. Bowen School of Law. During law school, Lee clerked for a prominent Little Rock criminal defense attorney and for a circuit judge in Pulaski County.
After graduating, Lee took an associate position at Wilson & Haubert, where he served clients with family law and probate matters.
Hoping to better assist needy families, he took a position as a pro bono attorney at the Center for Arkansas Legal Services. At CALS, Lee practiced in the areas of criminal record sealing and VA disability compensation appeals.
Lee found his home at Rainwater, Holt, & Sexton in August 2020, where he now works as a personal injury attorney fighting insurance companies to ensure injured Arkansans are justly compensated for their injuries by the negligent parties who hurt them.
When he is not defending his clients’ interests, Lee enjoys tennis, reading, and spending time with his wife, Liz, and their three children: Nora, Margot, and Eli.