LAURA E. BRINDLEY
LAURA BRINDLEY is an Associate in the Seattle office. Laura graduated from Seattle University School of Law where she was a lead article editor on the Seattle Journal of Technology, Environmental & Innovation Law. While in law school, Laura worked at the Allen Institute working as an intern in the legal department as well as serving as a judicial extern for the Honorable Judge Nelson K.H. Lee of the King County Superior Court. In addition, Laura volunteered with Communities Rise in the Greater Seattle Area and worked as an extern at Ventures Nonprofit while in law school. Before law school, Laura worked as a legal assistant at a boutique law firm in the Seattle area focusing on business, agriculture, and medical malpractice defense work. Coming from a family of attorneys, Laura always knew that the practice of law was in her future, and hopes to continue her family’s legacy of zealous representation of clients and building connections throughout the community as a powerful advocate.
Laura is a lifelong runner and competed in collegiate cross country and track while at Wellesley College. Laura is also fluent in written and spoken French, and studied in France for five months while pursuing her degree in French.
- Washington Women Lawyers
- King County Bar Association
- Laura strongly believes in fighting for those without a voice and helping provide opportunities for those without economic resources. She is particularly passionate about ensuring affordable access to legal services for low income entrepreneurs and those in need of immigration services.
Seattle University School of Law, J.D., 2021
Wellesley College, B.A. Political Science and French, 2016