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We retained Mercedes to represent us through the Fiancé' Immigration process. Marina was coming from Russia. Both the Russian and US governments, in our view, made a easy process, very…read more →
Mercedes was extraordinarily helpful in the process of getting my wife's paperwork in order. Extremely patient, thoughtful, friendly, professional, and more. I could not ask for a better immigration attorney!…read more →
In 2013 my husband and I were very fortunate to find Mercedes to help us navigate the challenging process of my immigration to the US, from Canada. She advised us…read more →
After living in the U.S. for many years, I decided to apply for citizenship. I studied the application forms and decided that I would need help. Greg was refered by…read more →
Appreciated Greg expertises and his sensitivity to my challenged case, he help me fought this very tough battler, end results, we got the visa approved by the consulate.
It was a privilege to have had Greg as my lawyer. He was very informative and explained things in a way that a layman like me could understand. He kept…read more →
Building the future
We invest in the future of law. Our attorneys believe the legal system can work better for everyone, and we are committed to being part of the solution. We have sponsored, or one of our attorneys has participated in, the following projects.
The Future of the Profession Workgroup was created by the Washington State Bar Association’s Board of Governors. Comprised of 19 members and a number of consultants, the Workgroup was comprised of CEOs of tech companies and startups, tech experts and business consultants, members of the Access to Justice, Pro Bono and Low Bono communities, a law school deans, WSBA Executive Management staff and Board of Governors leadership.
One of the first such events in the country, the Seattle Legal Technology Startup Weekend was a venue to rethink the delivery of legal services. At this weekend-long competition, participants formed teams to tackle projects to bring the practice of law, the delivery of legal services, and the administration of justice into the 21st Century.
The Seattle University School of Law’s Social Justice Hackathon was designed to bring together collaborators from multiple disciplines to break down barriers faced by those who cannot afford legal services. Participants worked in teams to build technology-based answers to access to justice problems.
This group of entrepreneurs, lawyers, thinkers, disruptors, and innovators meets regularly to share resources and ideas. The goal is to build community, and discuss trends in the emerging legal technology field.