Patrice Doyle graduated from Empire College School of Law and is admitted to practice law in all California state courts and the United States District Court, Northern District of California. She earned her bachelor’s degree from University of California, Santa Barbara. During law school she worked as a full-time law clerk and was a volunteer legal advisor in the Small Claims Court Clinic. She developed and implemented Sonoma County Superior Court’s online resource for self-represented litigants. Upon graduating and passing the California Bar Exam, she joined a civil litigation law firm and represented plaintiffs in tort matters. After several years in practice, she embarked on her own as a solo practitioner. In 2018, she joined Singleton Schreiber, LLP, where her practice focuses on mass tort litigation and personal injury. Ms. Doyle is currently the managing attorney of the firm’s Santa Rosa office.
Ms. Doyle enjoys spending time with her husband, hiking with her German Shepherd, and riding her two horses. She is an avid horsewoman, passionate about equine disaster preparedness and response, and was and continues to be instrumental in evacuating/hauling horses out of wildfires. See her blog article titled, Reflections From the Sonoma County Fires https://singletonschreiber.com/reflections-from-the-sonoma-county-fires/