fice of Gary Grenell, Ph.D., 206-328-
0262 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spanish for Lawyers, 2012–13. April
24 — Seattle. By Seattle University
School of Law with LBAW, El Centro de
la Raza, Schroeter Goldmark & Bender,
Seattle University School of Arts & Sciences Modern Language Dept.; 206-
Experienced contract attorney: 18
years’ experience in civil/criminal
litigation, including jury trials, arbitrations, mediations, and appeals. Former
shareholder in boutique litigation firm.
Can do anything litigation-related. Excellent research and writing skills, rea-sonablerates.Pe ter Fabish, pfab99@
Effective brief writer with 20-plus
years of civil litigation experience
and excellent references available as
contract lawyer. Summary judgments,
discovery motions, trial preparation,
research memos, appeals. State or
federal court. Lynne Wilson; email@example.com or 206-328-0224.
Experienced contract attorney with
strong research and writing skills
drafts trial and appellate briefs, motions, and research memos for other
lawyers. Resources include University
of Washington Law Library and LEXIS online. Elizabeth Dash Bottman,
WSBA #11791. 206-526-5777; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Insurance — Lawyers’ professional
liability, general liability, and bonds.
Independent agent, multiple carriers, 17-plus years’ experience. Contact
Shannon O’Dell, First Choice Insurance Services, 509-638-2558; 1-888-
Experienced attorney with published
decisions — King v. King, 162 Wn. 2d
378; Rusch v. Rusch, 124 Wn. App. 229,
et al. — ready for research and writing. Appeals, pleadings, and demands
at reasonable rates. Law Office of Ken
Christensen, 206-389-1548; email@example.com.
Expert witness/insurance bad faith
consultant: Over 30 years’ combined
experience: former claims adjuster,
claims manager, insurance defense
counsel, and current plaintiffs’ counsel. Consulted for both sides on over 50
cases. CPCU, ARM, and J.D. w/honors.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or office
Long-term care specialist — WSBA
member, licensed as independent long-term care insurance producer. Can provide insurance solutions for your estate
planning, dissolution, and business
clients. Individuals, employee benefit
plans, sponsored groups. Contact Helen Boyer, 425-557-5372; helen.boyer@
ltcfp.net; or visit www.helenboyer.ltcfp.
Forensic document examiner: Retired
from the Eugene Police Department.
Trained by the U.S. Secret Service and
the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.
Court-qualified in state and federal
courts. Contact Jim Green at 888-485-
Appraiser of antiques, fine art, and
household possessions. James Kemp-Slaughter ASA, FRSA, with 33 years’
experience in Seattle for estates, divorce,
insurance, and donations. For details, see
285-5711 or email@example.com.
Nationwide corporate filings and
registered agent service.
Headquartered in Washington state.
Online account to easily manage
1–1,000 of your clients’ needs. www.
Psychologist: impact assessment,
determination of disability and/or employability, rehabilitation planning or
earning capacity analysis, and so on.
Decades of experience in family and
employment, immigration and asylum,
elder and disability, and injury and
civil rights law. Appreciated by judges.
Never impeached. Work samples for
serious engagement inquiries. Dr. Diane W. DeWitt is Board Certified with
1,035 assessments; 89 trials; 455 hours
of deposition/trial testimony. 425-867-
Experienced tort litigation attorney
available for contract services — 24
years’ experience includes trials, arbitrations, and mediations. Available
for all litigation needs including trial
preparation assistance, depositions,
motions, research projects, and medical record reviews. Reasonable rates.
Federal Way: Furnished office space
for 1–2 attorneys in newly remodeled
building in Federal Way professional
district near Celebration Park. Rent includes use of conference room, Internet, fax, copier, utilities, kitchen, and
parking. Secretary/work stations also
available. Lease terms negotiable. Call
Downtown Seattle law firm/One
Union Square: Office available for
sublease in newly renovated suite.
$1,500 per month rent plus expenses.
Amenities include reception services,
use of two conference rooms, shared
kitchen, fax, copier/scanner, Internet
access, and access to postage meter.
Please contact managing partner at
Close to downtown Bellevue with
beautiful forested atmosphere on
112th Ave. NE. Upscale professional
outside offices, reception services,
shared library, staff work stations,
kitchen, and conference room. Newly
and tastefully upgraded décor. Collegial atmosphere. Ample client parking
and reserved covered parking included. Competitive rates. 425-462-5151.
Downtown Seattle executive suites
— Fantastic location just off I- 5 across
the street from REI. Easy access for
you and your clients! On-site services include mail sorting, conference
room, business class Internet/phones,
on-site parking, production-quality
printer/scanner/copier. Great rates!
Call 888-878-2925 or email chloe@
Turn-key — new offices available
for immediate occupancy and use in
downtown Seattle, expansive view
from 47th floor of the Columbia Cen-ter. Office facilities included in rent
(reception, kitchen, and conference
rooms). Other administrative support available if needed. DSL/VPN
access, collegial environment. Please
call Amy, Badgley Mullins Law Group,
Downtown Seattle executive office
space: Full- and part-time offices
on the 32nd floor of the 1001 Fourth
Avenue Plaza Building with short-and long-term lease options. Close to
courts and library. Conference rooms
and office support services available.