After more than four decades as a litigation partner with Parr Brown Gee & Loveless, Patricia Christensen is excited to be serving Of Counsel to the firm, and transitioning from the full-time practice of law to full-time community volunteer and public policy wonk, working with the Utah Citizens’ Counsel to help identify, analyze and articulate the challenges facing our state and its people, and collaborating with community leaders to craft solutions for a brighter tomorrow, in which the rights and dignity of every human being are respected and protected.
The Lifetime Service to the Bar Award recognizes lawyers or judges whose esteemed careers have been dedicated to significant involvement in the activities, programs, and leadership of the Utah State Bar and devoted to enriching the legal profession and serving the public.
“We are delighted to see Pat recognized for her lifetime of service and contribution to the legal community. Pat is a decidedly accomplished lawyer, passionate advocate and valued friend and colleague,” noted Parr Brown President, Robert McConnell. “Congratulations from all of us Pat on this well-deserved honor!”