Cynthia Langston is a paralegal with an extensive law background and currently works with attorneys on opioid and burn cases, providing comprehensive litigation support, discovery, medical record review, and motion practice. After graduating with a degree in Economics and a minor in Psychology from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, she went on to receive her JD from the Louisiana State University Law Center, followed by a Master of Laws from Tulane University with an emphasis in Commercial Litigation and Corporate Governance. She also won the American Jurisprudence award for having the highest grade and ranking in her class in Criminal Justice.
Joining Patrick Daniel Law in 2019 as a senior paralegal, Cynthia brings more than 25 years of experience in complex commercial litigation, insurance defense and personal injury litigation, insurance coverage, contract negotiation and drafting, commercial real estate title examinations, lease and sale transactions, and corporate governance. She has also conducted numerous Legal Contracts seminars. Having worked in Fortune 500 oilfield services company and large to solo-practitioner law firms, she understands the importance of attention to detail while also being time-efficient, precision in timekeeping, and excels at working independently and as part of a team.
Outside of the firm, Cynthia can be found helping others and volunteering with nonprofit organizations, such as the Ronald McDonald House, Partners In Education, Justice For All, and the International OCD Foundation. Her most recent passion is advocating for mental health awareness by writing a book and putting together information for schools to help them understand what these issues look like for children.
When she’s not assisting with a case or volunteering, Cynthia enjoys spending her free time with her two teenage daughters and yellow Labrador puppy.