Cory D. Abbas, Des Moines, Iowa Trial Lawyer

Cory D. Abbas

After his undergraduate studies and before attending law school, Cory was instrumental in the foundation of the small business Intersphere Lasergames, and managed the introduction of the cable modem product for the Des Moines metro area for Mediacom (f/k/a AT&T Broadband). This hands on business experience combines with continued legal training to assist in giving sound legal advice to insurance companies, employers, and individuals in regard to employment law, workers compensation and other general legal matters.

Contact Information

Patterson Law Firm, LLP

505 - 5th Avenue, Suite 729

Des Moines, IA 50309

Phone: (515) 283-2147

Fax: (515) 283-1002

email: [email protected]

Practice Areas

General practice including but not limited to workers compensation, employment law, civil litigation, personal injury and advising small/medium sized businesses.

Education

Drake University - Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Magna Cum Laude, in 1994.

Drake University Law School - Juris Doctorate, with high honors, in 2004.

While at Drake Law School, Cory was an Opperman Scholar and a member of the Moot Court Board, the ABA Negotiations Team and the Blackstone Inns of Court. He also was invited to join the Order of the Coif.

Professional Associations and Memberships

Member of the Polk County, Iowa State and American Bar Associations.

Member of Blackstone Inns of Court.

Iowa Association of Work Comp Lawyers.

Volunteer Associations and Memberships

Director of Marketing for Soccer West Soccer Club (SWSC) (2012-present)

Cub Scout Den Leader (2009-present)

Volunteer judge for Junior High Mock Trial Tournament (2006-present)

Youth Soccer Coach for SWSC, Class E licensed. (2005-present)

Legal advisor to Children’s Garden daycare facility (2005-2009)

Executive Board President for Children’s Garden daycare facility (2004-2005)

Coach and judge for Johnston Junior High School Mock Trial Team (2001, 2003)

Mentor for youth involved in Polk County Peer Review Court (1993-2001)