Seattle, Washington 98121
Ms. Marshlain defends private and public entities, including school districts, cities, counties, and fire districts. She has experience handling a variety of legal issues, including employment-based claims such as discrimination and wrongful termination as well as claims of: negligence, negligent supervision, negligent hiring and retention, wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, and quadriplegia.
Before joining Patterson Buchanan, Ms. Marshlain was a law clerk for Snohomish County Superior Court judge David A. Kurtz. As Judge Kurtz’s law clerk, Ms. Marshlain was responsible for drafting legal memorandum, conducting legal research and advising the court on various issues of both civil and criminal law. Her job duties also included working closely with jurors during jury trials and acting as a general liaison between legal counsel, the general public, the media and the court.
|Areas of Practice||1) Civil Litigation and 2) Education Law|
|Law School||Gonzaga University School of Law|
|Education||University of Washington|
|Bar Member / Association||United States District Court for the Western District of Washingto|
|Most recent firm||Patterson Buchanan Fobes Leitch & Kalzer, Inc., P.S.|
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