A native of Maryland, Patrick L. Jennings attended Clemson University, where he received a Bachelor of Science in economics and a minor in legal studies in May 2003.
He then attended the Florida Coastal School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctorate in December 2005. He also was given a pro bono award for work he had done throughout his time in law school.
Since January of 2007, Mr. Jennings has worked as an attorney in Joye Law Firm’s workers’ compensation, during which time he has represented hundreds of injured workers. Mr. Jennings is also active with the Injured Workers’ Advocates organization, having served on its continuing legal education committee for several years.
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