Before starting Tyson Law, I worked for two Seattle law firms and a court of appeals judge. The training and experience I received in those roles was central to my development as an attorney. Once I decided to start my own firm, I was ready.
I started Tyson Law because I wanted to serve a particular kind of client—one that was passionate about an idea or a product or a service, but was looking for a more personalized experience than with a big Seattle firm. I knew the way to reach this kind of client was to reshape the way I practiced law. So I left the security of my job and started my own firm.
Since then, I haven’t looked back. Every day I get to help a small business, an entrepreneur, or a freelancer navigate around the obstacles that block their path. Providing this service has become my own passion. Whatever obstacle is in your path, I’d like to help. Let’s get started today.
University of Washington School of Law
Washington Law Review, Executive Board Member
Moot Court Honor Board, Member
Legal Writing Center, Student Director
University of Southern California
B.A., English, 2010
Activities & Affiliations
Kids in Need of Defense, Pro Bono Attorney
Washington State Bar Association, Member
King County Bar Association, Member
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
United States District Court for the Western District of Washington