Patricia Klusmeyer is a graduate of the Georgia State University College of Law, where she was a Graduate Research Assistant for the FINRA arbitration clinic. In that role, she provided legal assistance to investor claimants, including representing claimants in FINRA arbitration proceedings, interviewing potential claimants, evaluating claims, and engaging in settlement negotiations. Mrs. Klusmeyer also participated in the clinic’s outreach program by writing about SEC investor alerts, consumer protection advice and other investment-related articles.
Mrs. Klusmeyer developed litigation expertise through her work with an Atlanta-based law firm specializing in family law as well as her involvement with Moot Court. Prior to her graduation from law school, she gained experience in the areas of intellectual property and workers compensation through clerkships with other Atlanta-based law firms.
An Atlanta native, Mrs. Klusmeyer received a Bachelor of Science Degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She was a Community Service Chair of Phi Alpha Delta, a professional service organization for pre-law students, and served as both an Editor and Staff Writer for The Technique.
Mrs. Klusmeyer is licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia and is admitted to practice in all Georgia Courts. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, trying new recipes, and playing tennis.