Patrick Mincey, a Partner at Cranfill Sumner LLP (CSH Law), has been appointed to serve on the North Carolina Advisory Committee for the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Mincey’s appointment began May 2021.

Created under the Civil Rights Act of 1957, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is a bipartisan, independent commission of the federal government that investigates, reports on and makes recommendations to the President of the United States and Congress regarding civil rights throughout the country.  State advisory committees examine various issues surrounding the criminal justice system such as policing practices, hate crimes, voting rights, and questions surrounding solitary confinement in the prison system.

“We congratulate Patrick on this prestigious appointment. He is an accomplished attorney who has dedicated his career to helping clients across the globe, and his passion for helping others will be a great asset to this Committee,” said Marshall Wall, Managing Partner of CSH Law.

Mincey is based in the Wilmington and Raleigh offices of CSH Law where he serves as the Chair of the firm’s White Collar, Government Investigations & Special Matters Practice Group. He represents domestic and foreign clients in litigation throughout the United States and investigations worldwide, having appeared as lead counsel in matters from Las Vegas to London.

He maintains an AV Rating with Martindale-Hubbell and has been recognized as an American Bar Foundation Fellow since 2019; Benchmark Litigation 40 & Under Hot List for White Collar Crime; Business North Carolina, Legal Elite in Criminal Law; and Business North Carolina, Legal Elite in Litigation.