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Collette C Leland

Collette C Leland

Practice areas:

Litigation, Criminal Defense, Appeals, Intellectual Property

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 2008

  1. Litigation: 60%
  2. Criminal Defense: 20%
  3. Intellectual Property: 10%
  4. Appeals: 10%

Attorney Endorsements

9 total 

  • Gerald R Stahl

    I endorse this lawyer. Collette is an outstanding litigation attorney at one of the best firms in the Northwest. I highly her recommend as a litigation attorney.


    Gerald Stahl Car Accidents Attorney
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  • Kent Neil Doll

    I endorse this lawyer. Collette is very sharp and thorough attorney. She is always prepared and represents her clients with zeal.


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Contact Info

Winston & Cashatt, Lawyers, A Professional Service Corporation

601 W Riverside Ave Ste 1900
Spokane, WA, 99201-0695



Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
Deputy Prosecuting AttorneySpokane County Prosecutor's Office2009 - 2009
Deputy Prosecuting AttorneySpokane County Prosecutor2009 - 2009
Judicial ClerkWashington Supreme Court2008 - 2009
Legal InternUnited States Attorney's Office2006 - 2008

Association NamePosition NameDuration
Washington Women Lawyers, SpokanePast PresidentN/A

Publication NameTitleDate
Gonzaga Law ReviewIs Your Law Firm a Collection Agency? How the Current Interpretation of the Washington Collection Agency Act Threatens to Regulate the Practice of Law2013
Wake Forest Intellectual Property Law JournalAll's Fair in Love & News2008

School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Gonzaga University School of LawN/AJDN/A

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
Appellate Practice CLEFinality for Purposes of Appeal2012