DeWitt Partner Patrick C. Summers Earns MSBA Board Certified Real Property Law Specialist Designation

Oct 18, 2021 | Michelle M. Friedman

GREEN BAY | MADISON | MILWAUKEE | MINNEAPOLIS – Today DeWitt LLP announced attorney Patrick C. Summers has been certified as a Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) Board Certified Real Property Law Specialist. This achievement has been earned by fewer than 3% of all licensed Minnesota attorneys.

The certified specialist designation is earned by leading attorneys who have completed a rigorous approval process, including an examination in the specialty area, peer review, and documented experience. Certified attorneys have demonstrated superior knowledge, skill and integrity in their specific field and can use the designation of specialist to advertise their credentials. The MSBA has been accredited as an independent professional organization for certifying attorneys as Criminal Law Specialists, Real Property Law Specialists, Civil Trial Law Specialists and Labor and Employment Law Specialists. This achievement has been earned by fewer than 3% of all licensed Minnesota attorneys.

Patrick works with clients in the areas of real property, bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, landlord-tenant law, construction litigation, and general business litigation. His practice includes extensive experience with bankruptcy from a creditor’s perspective, including Chapter 11.

He earned a J.D., cum laude, from the University of Minnesota Law School and a B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Minnesota.

About The Author

Image of Michelle M. Friedman

Michelle joined DeWitt in January 2011 as the Director of Marketing and is responsible for the marketing, public relations, and business development efforts of the firm. For more information please contact Michelle Friedman by phone at 262.754.2877.

View Author Info


One of the best features about our website articles and blog entries is that they are timely—you get up-to-date information on the law as it exists at the time. The downside is that the law changes, but our older entries don't. That means we can't guarantee you are getting the most current law when reading through past entries. Please don't take these articles and blog entries and rely on them as legal advice. Give us a call instead, for specific and pointed advice for your particular situation. Note that contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship, unless you are accepted as a client of the firm.