Patrick H. Butler combines his legal background with more than a decade of research experience to support the attorneys, business development team, and administrators at Larkin Hoffman. In addition to providing in-depth legal research and analysis, industry and company reports, and linking intelligence with strategy, Patrick identifies, procures, and administers state-of-the-art resources and intelligence tools to support the practice and business of law. He is responsible for organizing and disseminating information to increase effective and efficient legal and competitive research throughout the firm.     

Prior to joining the firm, Patrick was the Electronic Resources/Reference Librarian and an Adjunct Professor at his alma mater, the University of Connecticut School of Law. He applies his teaching experience to provide regular legal research instruction to the firm, keeping researchers up-to-date with the tools and resources needed to stay current and productive.



Education

University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D.
St. John's University, M.L.I.S.
University at Albany, State University of New York, B.A.


Prior Professional Experience

Electronic Resources and Reference Librarian, UConn Law
Adjunct Professor, UConn Law
Electronic Resources Librarian, Yale University


Professional Associations & Memberships

American Association of Law Libraries (AALL)
    AALL Computing Services
    AALL Private Law Librarians and Information Professionals
Minnesota Association of Law Libraries