Seattle, Washington 98115
I discount my hourly rate for those choosing to use the Collaborative process because I believe it is better than traditional litigation for those who are capable and willing to use it. I was the first attorney in my town to offer Collaborative services. I have now moved to Seattle where I am a member of the Downtown practice group, a sub-group of King County Collaborative Law.
Professional ActivitiesBoard Member, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts- Washington Chapter 2012-present Member, Downtown Pod (practice group) of King County Collaborative Law, 2012-present Chair, Western Washington Fellowship of Reconciliation 2014-present Founding Member, Spokane County Collaborative Professionals, 2007-2012 Founding Member, Stevens County Collaborative Professionals, 2007-2012 Co-President, Mediation Consortium of Washington State (now Washington Mediation Association) 1989-90 Founder/President, Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution, University of Washington School of Law, 1992-94 Stevens County Bar President: 1999-2006
Antioch University BA 1989 Double Major in Conflict Resolution and Business Administration
University of Washington School of Law JD 1994; Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution, also Certified as a Mediator
Provided upon request due to length