Quality Legal Services Come from Experience
Bridget served as a judicial clerk and worked for two downtown Seattle law firms for over five years before entering solo practice in 2015. Bridget received a Masters degree in International Affairs prior to attending law school, and has traveled extensively, primarily in East Asia, South Asia, and Europe. She also has experience working in several hospitality industry positions, including luxury hotels, spas, and the fine arts. Bridget strives to bring all of these experiences to her law practice.
Juris Doctor (2008)
The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law
Master of Arts, International Affairs (2004)
The George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs
Bachelor of Arts, East Asian Studies (1998)
"Three Books Times Three" King County Bar Bulletin (Winter 2016)
"Coverage Counsel Beware: From Washington to Florida, Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine Vary Widely" ABA TortSource (Fall 2015)
"BookMark(eting)" King County Bar Bulletin (2014)
"Estate Planning Guide" Sixth Ed., Estate Planning Council of Seattle (2013) (editorial committee member)
"Statutes of Limitations in Rails-to-Trails Act Compensation Claims" CUA Law Review (2008)
Bridget is a fourth generation Seattleite, on both sides. Her paternal great-grandfather came to Seattle and started a commercial linen service, which is now Tomlinson Linen Service. Restaurants and hotels have always been a big part of Bridget's life!
On her mother's side, Bridget gained her love for travel from her grandfather who was a sailor and built three of his own sail boats in his lifetime.
Bridget currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Northwest Girlchoir (www.northwestgirlchoir.org). She spends her free time with her kids, enjoying local performing arts, eeking out trips where she can, and reading reading reading.