Patrick J. Thurston
Mr. Thurston is a member of the firm's Corporate and International sections. His practice focuses on helping domestic and foreign business and non-profit organizations with a wide variety of transactions and legal issues, with special experience in Latin America. Mr. Thurston handles a broad range of international matters, including corporate legal structure transactions, not-for-profit issues, and real estate sales and acquisitions.
- Patrick's practice covers a broad range of international matters, including corporate legal structure issues, not-for-profit matters, real estate sales and acquisitions, and other international transactions. He also assists clients with a variety of domestic business and corporate matters.
- Since July 2008, Patrick has worked in the Dominican Republic, supervising a client's legal matters in the Caribbean area, including corporate work, legal compliance, employment, immigration, real estate acquisition, construction, and legal compliance issues.
- Before joining Kirton & McConkie in 2006, Mr. Thurston practiced law in the Phoenix, Arizona, metropolitan area, assisting clients with general corporate, international, and estate planning matters.
- The Development of Religious Liberty in Chile, 1973-2000 (Comment)April 2000BYU Law Review (1185)
- National Foreign Trade Council v. Natsios, and the Foreign Relations Effects Test: Searching for a Viable Approach (Comment)April 2000BYU Law Review (749)
Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School, J.D., 2001
- Member, Lead Note and Comment Editor, BYU Law Review
- Jessop International Moot Court Team
San Diego State University, M.A., Latin American Studies, 1998
- Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship
Brigham Young University, B.A., History, cum laude, University Honors, 1996
- Utah, 2007
- Arizona, 2001 (Inactive)
International Center for Law and Religion Studies at Brigham Young University, Senior Fellow, 2001-present
J. Reuben Clark Law Society