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Main Office
SUITE 3669
Philadelphia, PA 19103


(215) 307-5504


(267) 719-7901


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Patrick Doherty

Patrick Doherty Attorney at Law

Patrick Doherty is an attorney who has a strong commitment to all of his clients. Born and raised in the City of Philadelphia to a father who has served as a police officer for over 25 years and a mother who has worked as a nurse at Pennsylvania Hospital, Mr. Doherty has first hand experience in dealing with all walks of life and has the personality, ability, and empathy to connect with each and every one of his clients. Throughout his time at Delaware Law school, Mr. Doherty has worked with attorneys in various fields such as criminal law, environmental law, personal injury, and property law. During the summer of his second year of law school, Mr. Doherty worked as a certified legal intern for the District Attorney Office of Philadelphia where he argued cases on behalf of the Commonwealth and achieved successful outcomes. Having been born and raised in the city of Philadelphia, Mr. Doherty has interacted and befriended individuals from all walks of life and these experiences give him the advantage of being able to relate to clients from various social, economic, and cultural backgrounds. Since graduating from Temple University in 2012, Mr. Doherty has always wanted to be an attorney who puts his client future above all else. He is the 2018 recipient of the Charles Zencey award for environmental advocacy and recently was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar. Mr. Doherty is committed to ensuring that his clients future is his highest priority.


Bar Number: 326167


Delaware Law School
Juris Doctorate,

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