I started my practice at Ashbaugh Beal following a judicial clerkship at the Washington Court of Appeals. My experience working closely with an appellate judge provided me with unique insight into decisionmakers’ thought processes, including what is and is not effective in litigation. This experience allows me to better tailor strategies to set my clients up for the best chance of success.
Prior to law school, I worked as a legal assistant for several years. In that role, I was the first point of contact for clients. I know how difficult participating in litigation can be for clients and how important it is to communicate with clients during each step of the legal process. I work diligently to solve whatever problems my clients are facing while taking as much stress away from the process as possible.
University of Washington School of Law, Juris Doctor, June 2021
- Articles Editor for Washington Law Review
- CALI Award for Torts, Autumn 2018
- Public Interest Law Association Fellow, Summer 2020
University of Washington, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Law, Societies, and Justice, June 2016
- Intake Interviewer and Legal Intern at Unemployment Law Project, Winter 2014 and 2015
- First-Year Interest Group Leader, Autumn 2015
- Study Hall Volunteer at University Beyond Bars, Winter 2016