Fitzpatrick Gives Purdue Students Tips for Building a Career
Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP Partner George F. Fitzpatrick, Jr. spoke to Purdue University College of Liberal Arts students about his legal career as part of the college’s “LA Influentials” lecture/discussion course.
The course invites select alumni to share their expertise and advice and to emphasize the myriad of career opportunities available to liberal arts graduates. Fitzpatrick, who graduated from Purdue’s College of Liberal Arts in 1976, gave a presentation titled, “If I Could Do It, So Can You–Tips for Building a Career.”
Fitzpatrick is a founding partner of Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP. He served as the firm’s Managing Partner for six years and continues to serve on the Executive Committee. His practice focuses on the representation of U.S. and international corporations in various commercial, contract, product liability, and toxic tort litigation matters throughout the United States.