We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
I earned my J.D., cum laude, from the Seattle University School of Law in 2009. During law school, I served as an intern for the Ronald E. Peterson Indian Trusts and Estates Legal Clinic, advising elderly clients seeking assistance with their estate planning needs, which inlcuded advice regarding property distribution, advanced healthcare directives, and DPOAs. Moreover, while attending law school school, I worked as a Rule 9 Intern at Graham Lundberg and Peschel, performing trial support for personal injury litigation alongside plaintiff's attorneys.
Prior to attending law school, I graduated from the University of Washington, with honors, with a degree in Political Science. I have demonstrated a continued commitment to social justice in my ongoing volunteer efforts with the Eastside Legal Assistance Program and the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project. At ELAP, I provided legal assistance to victims of domestic violence by assisting them with the drafting of pleadings, coaching clients in preparation for court appearances, and the helping them to develop legal strategies in preparation for trial. At NWIRP, I showed a dedication to protecting the human rights of clients who fled persecution from their native lands in their quest for political asylum here in the States.
I am a first generation citizen born to Greek-Immigrant parents, and am fluent in conversational Greek.