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J. Patrick Sheets

Associate

Education

Univ. of Texas at Austin, 2009, B.S. Mathematics, B.A. Government; Minor in Business Foundations

South Texas College of Law, 2012, Juris Doctor (summa cum laude); Order of the Lytae; Pro Bono Honors; Corporate Counsel Review – Articles Editor; Dean’s Honor List (5/5 semesters); Langdell Scholar (Federal Income Tax, Criminal Law); 3-Year Merit Scholarship

New York University School of Law, 2014, Master of Laws in Taxation; Advanced Professional Certificate in Law and Business (joint program with the NYU Stern School of Business)

Honors

CALI Excellence for the Future Award, Professional Responsibility, 2012

Highest Brief Score, National Baseball Arbitration Competition, 2012

Bar Admissions

Texas

Profile

Patrick Sheets joined Chamberlain Hrdlicka as an associate in July 2014.  Mr. Sheets represents businesses and individuals, focusing his practice on domestic and international tax planning as well as corporate matters, including formation, reorganizations, mergers, and acquisitions.  Mr. Sheets also represents clients in federal tax controversy matters at the examination level, administrative appeals, and trial.

Prior to joining Chamberlain Hrdlicka, Mr. Sheets attended New York University, where he pursued a graduate degree in tax law and a certificate program at the business school.  Mr. Sheets was awarded a merit scholarship to South Texas College of Law, where he participated in the Mediation Clinic, the Pro Bono Honors Program, and studied abroad at the University of Malta in a program led by Chief Justice John G. Roberts.  Mr. Sheets has interned for the IRS Office of Chief Counsel, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Congressman Michael T. McCaul, and the Tampa Bay Lightning.  Prior to law school, Mr. Sheets attended the University of Texas, where he was President and Treasurer of his fraternity, Phi Delta Theta.

Professional Affiliations

  • State Bar of Texas

Publications

Articles & Publications

  • Dodgers Cannot Shop TV Rights to Bidder” published in spring ‘12 issue of Texas Entertainment & Sports Law Journal