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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2015|
|Rising Star||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2011|
|Rising Star||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2010|
|Rising Stars||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2009|
|Rising Stars||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2008|
|Associate||Blankenship Law Firm||2001 - 2005|
|Law Clerk to Hon. Deborah Batts||US District Court - Southern District of New York||1999 - 2001|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|King County Bar Association||Chair -- Referendum & Initiative Project||2012 - Present|
|QLaw Foundation||Director||2009 - 2010|
|King County Bar Association||Secretary - Trustee||2009 - 2012|
|QLaw Foundation||President||2008 - 2009|
|QLaw: GLBT Bar Association of Washington||President||2007 - 2008|
|Washington Leadership Institute||Fellow||2005 - 2006|
|Washington Employment Law Desk Book||Sexual Orientation Discrimination||2009|
|WSBA Bar News||Pride in the Workplace||2007|
|KCBA Bar Bulletin||Confessions of a Plain Jane||2006|
|KCBA Bar Bulletin||Out and Equal in the Workplace||2006|
|12 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 143||Defining Queer: Lesbian and Gay Visibility in the Courtroom||2000|
|New York University School of Law||Law - cum laude||JD - Juris Doctor||1999|
|University of Washington||Geography||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1993|
|WSBA Employment Law Conference||Sex & Romance in the Workplace||2015|
|Legal Clinic Training||Employment Discrimination||2015|
|Gender Odyssey||Gender on the Job||2013|
|53rd Washington Judicial Conference||Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity||2011|
|Employment Law Annual Review||Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Discrimination||2009|
|Washington Presiding Judges' Conference||Addressing GLBT Litigants||2008|
|Statewide Diversity Conference||Representing GLBT Clients: What every attorney should know||2007|
|Mid Year Litigation Section CLE||Representing GLBT Clients: What every attorney should know||2007|
|Bar Association Meeting||The Washington Law Against Discrimination||2006|
Posted by anonymous
I worked with Beth over several years and she have always been professional and easy to talk to . She guided me all along the way . She is very knowledgable , skilled and experienced attorney . Her approach to my case was the right approach . She always has my best interest at her heart . She is well versed in employment law and knows how to navigate through any situation regardless of the sensitivity and complexity of the issue at hand . She is also very LGBT friendly with great experience in representing transgender clients . My case was very delicate and there were many fine lines that we had to cross along the way . I always felt that she had my best interest at her heart . What a great advocate !! I had the best possible outcome I could ever imagine !! I recommend her strongly !!!
Posted by anonymous
Ms. Bloom, was very nice about responding to my email. She was not able to help me for her expertise was not here from my understanding. So I really can't rate on the Consultation or provided services because they don't exist...
Posted by anonymous
I used Beth to represent me in an employment discrimination case. The case was unusual, complicated, and drawn out. I could not have asked for a better attorney to get me through it. Beth was on top of every development, and I never had to ask about the progression of the matter. Beth got me the best possible outcome and kept my expectations realistic during the process.
When you are harassed and discriminated against in your workplace, it is easy to get caught up in the emotional aspects and lose your focus on the things that will help you eventually resolve the issues. Beth is an excellent advocate and kept me grounded in reality until she was able to get my case resolved. If you have a problem with your employer, she is the one you want on your side.
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