Patrick McCabe is an attorney and lobbyist admitted to the bar in both Connecticut and New York. Prior to entering the government relations field in the early 1990’s he worked in New York City as an attorney for the venerable law firm of Rogers & Wells where he specialized in national and international securities issues and large merger and acquisition transactions. He provides his clients with a well-honed understanding of politics and the complexities of navigating all levels of government, designing winning strategies and building strong coalitions both inside and outside of government.
Patrick’s political experience in Connecticut began in the 1980 and 1986 US Senate campaigns of Chris Dodd where he served as an aide to the Senator. He has continued to work and advise on a number of local, statewide and federal campaigns. He served three terms on the West Hartford Town Council, his final term as Minority Leader. Patrick is a member of the Board of Directors of the Partnership for Strong Communities, the leading statewide organization in shaping solutions to end homelessness.
With over 25 years of government relations experience in Hartford and Washington, DC. He has designed and implemented strategic lobbying and advocacy campaigns for a broad range of clients. He is a graduate of Fairfield University with a degree in Politics, where he serves as a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council and the Fordham University School of Law.