Patrick Reimherr



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Patrick is an associate practicing in the Litigation and Real Estate Sections of Ray Quinney & Nebeker.

Before joining Ray Quinney, he worked in public policy in Washington, D.C. and Utah. In D.C., Patrick served as a political appointee at the U.S. Department of Labor, where he helped develop and shepherd new rules and proposals through the regulatory process. He also worked closely with the Secretary of Labor on issues related to the American economy. After leaving D.C., Patrick returned home to Utah to join Salt Lake County as its Director of Government Relations. In that role, he helped Salt Lake County achieve meaningful progress on a variety of policy areas, including land use, economic development, and housing and homelessness.

Patrick is a graduate of Stanford Law School where he was a member of the Stanford Law Review. During law school, Patrick was an active member of the Environmental Law Society and contributed to the report Government by Algorithm: Artificial Intelligence in Federal Administrative Agencies, a report commissioned by the Administrative Conference of the United States.

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Stanford Law School, J.D., 2020

  • Member Editor and Senior Editor, Stanford Law Review
  • Treasurer, Environmental Law Society

Georgetown University, McCourt School of Public Policy, Masters in Public Policy, 2015

  • cum laude

University of Utah, B.S., Economics and B.A., Political Science, 2010

  • cum laude
  • Truman Scholar
  • Student Body President
  • Phi Beta Kappa

Publications / Presentations

  • Reimherr, P, (Panelist), Developing Dirty Dirt - Environmental Due Diligence in Utah for Financing, Acquisition and Development of Brownfield Properties [Webinar], Ray Quinney & Nebeker (Producer), March 3, 2021

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