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Patricio G. Martínez Llompart is an associate in the Washington, DC office and joined the firm after clerking for Judge Juan R. Torruella on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. His practice focuses on complex litigation and government investigations. He also maintains a pro bono portfolio on matters at the intersection of racial justice and democracy reform, with a special emphasis on impact litigation involving Puerto Rico and the other U.S. Territories. Before becoming a lawyer, Mr. Martínez Llompart served as an Urban Fellow at the New York City Police Department’s Office for Collaborative Policing and as a deputy advisor to the Governor of Puerto Rico.

  • Represent major pharmaceutical distributor in complex litigation.
  • Represent major technology company in antitrust investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, the U.S. Department of Justice, and multiple State Attorneys General.

Pro Bono

  • Filed amicus brief on behalf of current and former elected officials from Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands in Fitisemanu v. United States (10th Cir. 2020) supporting the guarantee of birthright citizenship across the U.S. Territories.
  • Filed amicus brief on behalf of Common Cause in Jones v. De Santis (11th Cir. 2020) supporting the re-enfranchisement of Florida's returning citizens under Amendment 4.
  • Represent plaintiffs in Useche v. Trump (D. Md. 2020), action challenging the July 2020 Presidential Memorandum seeking to exclude undocumented persons from the congressional apportionment base.

Previous Experience

  • Brennan Center for Justice, Democracy Program, Legal Intern (2017)
  • Office of the Governor of Puerto Rico, Deputy Advisor for Public Safety and Justice (2014-2015)
  • New York City Police Department, Office for Collaborative Policing, Urban Fellow (2013-2014)
  • President’s Pro Bono Service Award, New York State Bar Association (2018)