Lauren C. Abrams
Lauren graduated magna cum laude from Gonzaga University in 2015 with a BA in Political Science and Public Relations, and a minor in Spanish. She graduated cum laude from Seattle University School of Law in 2019 where she received the Scholar for Justice scholarship.
After serving in the Lutheran Volunteer Corps in Saint Paul, Minnesota, Lauren was inspired to advocate for others as a lawyer. While in law school, Lauren represented low income clients as Rule 9 intern at the Northwest Justice Project in the Family Law Unit. Lauren also interned at the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project and the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division Two. She was the president of the Public Interest Law Foundation and worked for the Legal Financial Obligations clinic.
Lauren began her legal career as a clerk to the Honorable Chief Judge Mann at the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division One. Upon completion of her clerkship, Lauren joined the firm to pursue her passion of practicing family law. She brings her attention to detail, impressive research skills, and zealous advocacy for her clients to every case.
Outside of the office, Lauren can be found exploring the Pacific Northwest with her pug or attending an F45 team training class.