|Patrick A. Malone represents seriously injured people in
lawsuits against hospitals, doctors, drug companies, and other defendants.
He was a Lawyer of the Year of the Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan
Washington, D.C. Mr. Malone graduated from Yale Law School in 1984
and clerked for United States District Judge Gerhard A. Gesell before joining
Stein, Mitchell & Mezines.
Mr. Malone is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education courses
both locally and nationally. He has lectured at grand rounds at Yale-New
Haven Hospital and has spoken to other doctors' groups. Mr. Malone has
written articles on legal subjects for, among others, Trial magazine,
the Washington Post Health section, and The American Scholar.
At Yale Law School, he was an editor of the Yale Law Journal and
won the Harlan Fiske Stone Prize and Potter Stewart Prize for best moot
court efforts, along with the C. LaRue Munson Prize for legal clinic work.
Before attending law school, he was a journalist, writing for United Press
International and the Miami Herald. He was a finalist for the Pulitzer
Prize in 1980 for a series of articles he co-authored on "Dangerous Doctors."
Other journalism awards were received from The Newspaper Guild, American
Bar Association, Sigma Delta Chi, National Headliners Club, American Academy
of Family Physicians and Florida Medical Association, among others. He
is a 1972 graduate of the University of Kansas, summa cum laude
and Phi Beta Kappa.