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Keren Patrick

Phone: (704) 377-7333
Fax: (704) 377-5747

Keren Patrick is The Odom Firm's legal assistant and supports the work of all of the firm’s attorneys, primarily in the practice areas of land condemnation, eminent domain, land use, and personal injury. By handling those tasks that do not require an attorney's training, Keren frees the firm's lawyers to manage the more complex aspects of our clients' cases and helps keep client costs down. Keren also focuses on responding to client needs and concerns.

Keren already had nearly a decade of office support experience under her belt when she joined the firm, and she quickly became an integral part of the team, helping the office run efficiently and smoothly. On her spare time, Keren enjoys working out, traveling and spending time with her husband and Great Dane.

News

Mar
16
Each year, North Carolina Lawyers Weekly publishes an annual review of the top verdicts and settlements obtained in North Carolina. The Odom Firm’s $8,300,000 settlement with the City of Charlotte for the acquisition of land near the airport ra… Read More
Jan
15
The Odom Firm is proud to announce that attorney David Murray has been selected for inclusion in the 2021 North Carolina Super Lawyers Rising Stars (under 40) list for his work in Eminent Domain law. This is David’s 7th year being selected to t… Read More
Nov
11
Tommy Odom, with former NC Supreme Court Justice Robert N. Hunter, Jr., has planned the NC Bar Association 2020 Constitutional Rights and Responsibilities Section CLE titled “COVID-19 v. The Constitution: The New Normal?” Tommy invites al… Read More
Nov
11
The Odom Firm has been awarded a Tier 1 ranking by U.S. News & World Report “Best Law Firms” for its Eminent Domain and Land Condemnation practice. This is the 12th year that the Firm has obtained a Tier 1 ranking. The Odom Firm remai… Read More
Sep
28
The Odom Firm’s team of David Murray, Tommy Odom, Keren Patrick and Andy Patrick participated in the annual “Clays for Conservation” tournament in Norwood, NC, which benefits the Catawba Lands Conservancy. While the team did not bri… Read More