How I represent clients at Schwabe
As a litigator, I draw on my background in banking and business to counsel my clients on a wide array of issues. I utilize my practical experience and familiarity with the law to provide constructive solutions to intricate legal concerns.
In law school, I externed for both Judge Mary Jo Heston and Judge Brian Lynch in the US Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Washington. I also externed for the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, where I conducted research in a variety of areas including property law, constitutional law, employment law, and environmental law. In addition, I served as the executive editor of the American Indian Law Journal.
I completed my fall clerkship at Schwabe in the autumn of 2021.
- Contributed to several written and verbal opinions surrounding a wide area of bankruptcy issues.
- Researched and drafted short legal memorandums for issues relating to bankruptcy and related law.
- Conducted legal research for King County in a variety of areas, including property law, constitutional law, statutory interpretation, employment law, and environmental law.
- Assisted King County Prosecutors in researching and drafting a brief before the Washington Supreme Court.
- University of Washington, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science – International Security (2014)
- Seattle University, School of Law, Juris Doctorate, summa cum laude (2021)
- Washington State Courts
- American Indian Law Journal, Executive Editor 2019-2021
- CALI Awards for Criminal Law (2018), Civil Procedure (2018), Constitutional Law (2019), Federal Indian Law (2020), Legal Writing II (2019), Antitrust Law (2020), and Secured Transactions (2019).
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