“My high school football coach used to always tell my team 'this is our kind of weather.' The lesson from this was that regardless of the situation, you must work hard and do your very best. My clients trust me to get them the best possible outcome in their cases. Through dedication and preparation, I am a zealous advocate for my client in every case.”
Dalton Patterson has spent his entire legal career as zealous advocate. As a law student at Notre Dame Law School, he was privileged to serve on the Moot Court Appellate Board, where he represented an indigent client in front of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Upon graduating, he clerked for the Honorable C. Philip Nichols, Jr. in Prince George’s County Circuit Court. After taking time to work on two political campaigns, he began practicing as a Plaintiff’s attorney for a boutique law firm. Since joining Meyers, Rodbell and and Rosenbaum in 2019, Dalton continues advocating for his client’s rights with Meyers Rodbell and Rosenbaum's Litigation department.
In his free time, Dalton enjoys watching Notre Dame football, playing basketball, and spending time with friends and family.
Areas of Practice
- Maryland, 2016
- District of Columbia, 2019
- University of Maryland (B.A., 2010)
- University of Notre Dame (J.D., 2015)
- Capital Partners for Education
- Maryland Bar Association
- District of Columbia Bar Association