My law office has represented individuals - not companies - for over ten years. I recently moved to Seattle from Charleston, South Carolina to continue my employment and civil rights.
After receiving my law degree from the University of South Carolina in 2003, I practiced employment and criminal law as an associate attorney for Terry Ann Rickson and Nancy Chiles, and joined Terry as a partner in 2008. I set up my own firm in 2010, and am continuing my practice here in Washington, representing clients throughout the state.
I currently serve as a volunteer attorney for the Unemployment Law Project, Housing Justice Project, KCBA Neighborhood Legal Clinic and the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, and serve on the King County Bar Pro Bono Services Committee.
Prior to entering law school, I was a scientific researcher studying genetics and brain development. Since becoming a lawyer, I have enjoyed the opportunity to work with people to solve their legal problems.