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Date: June 13, 2022
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We are excited to welcome our 2022 Summer Associates who arrived today in the firm's Seattle office. This year, Foster Garvey is hosting six talented Summer Associates joining us from the University of Washington School of Law and Seattle University School of Law. The members of this year’s class are listed below.

Kate Bradley

Kate Bradley (she/her)
Rising 3L | University of Washington School of Law

Kate is from Snohomish, WA, and is a Rising 3L at UW Law. She received her bachelor’s degree in History, with a minor in Political Science from Washington State University. After her undergrad years, she worked as a legal intern, and as a first responder and screener during the COVID-19 pandemic. Kate is a member of the editorial staff at the Washington Law Review at UW Law and was awarded the CALI award for Transnational Law. Upon graduating from law school, she hopes to travel to Ireland, England and Sweden, where her family is from.

Julie Do

Julie Do (she/her)
Rising 3L | Seattle University School of Law
Kenneth L. Schubert Jr. Diversity Fellow ’21
Julie is a Rising 3L at Seattle U Law and a returning Foster Garvey Summer Associate from 2021. Originally from Shoreline, WA, Julie obtained her master’s and bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington. As a certified public accountant, she has work experience in tax management, tax reporting, financial business and integration accounting. At Seattle U Law, she is a recipient of the Dean’s Diversity scholarship and the Trustee scholarship. Outside of school, Julie enjoys going on outdoor adventures – from snowboarding on mountains during the wintertime, to hiking them in the summertime.

Julia Doherty

Julia Doherty (she/her)
Rising 3L | Seattle University School of Law

Julia is a West Coast native from Redmond, WA. She attended the University of Southern California for her undergraduate studies and is now a Rising 3L at Seattle U Law. Julia’s professional experience includes working as an extern for the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, and working as a research assistant for a Seattle U Law professor. At law school, Julia is a member of the Seattle University Law Review and Co-President of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board. As a huge fan of the Olympics, if Julia could go anywhere in the world, she would attend the next Summer Olympic Games.

Anthony Godwin

Anthony Godwin (he/him)
Rising 3L | Seattle University School of Law

Originally from Eatonville, WA, Anthony is a Rising 3L at Seattle U Law. After obtaining his bachelor’s degree in Law & Justice from Central Washington University, he entered the U.S. Army as a Lieutenant Executive Officer, eventually progressing to Captain Company Commander at Fort Hood in Texas. As a law student, he is a member of the editorial staff for the Seattle University Law Review and is a recipient of the Law Community Service Scholarship. Anthony’s favorite meal is Texas-style smoked brisket – a recipe he has spent the last three years perfecting.

William Kenick

William Kenick (he/him)
Rising 2L | University of Washington School of Law
Kenneth L. Schubert Jr. Diversity Fellow ’22
William is a Rising 2L at UW Law who obtained his bachelor’s degree in American Studies at Columbia University in New York City. He considers Tacoma, WA, and Panama City, Panama, as his hometowns. Prior to attending law school, William’s professional experience included working as a paralegal for the Homeowner Defense Project in New York and working as a case manager for those seeking affordable housing in Kirkland, WA. At UW Law, William is a student advocate for Immigration and a 1L representative for the Latinx Law Student Association. Outside of school, William enjoys gardening, as he simultaneously contemplates how incredible the world is while working with plants, soil and bugs.

Sophia Sun

Sophia Sun (she/her)
Rising 2L | University of Washington School of Law
Gregoire Fellow

From Sammamish, WA, Sophia is a Rising 2L at UW Law who obtained her bachelor’s degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University. Sophia has a diverse set of work experience – from working as a finance and purchasing intern at Hyatt Hotels, to working as a human resources intern at PepsiCo, to working as a legal intern at a law firm in Bellevue, WA. As a law student, she is a board member of UW Law’s Cyber Law Association of Washington (CLAW) and Women’s Law Caucus, and a member of the Asian/Pacific American Law Students Association and the Law and Business Association. After graduating from law school, Sophia would love to visit Dubai and spend time with friends to catch up.

Each Summer Associate will be paired with their own Principal Mentor, Associate Buddy and Workflow Coordinator, and will have an opportunity to work with a variety of the firm's practice groups throughout the term. The firm's Summer Associates are given an accurate snapshot of life as an attorney at Foster Garvey by working on actual client projects that are challenging and reflect the realities of practicing law.

For more information on our summer program, including eligibility requirements and how to apply, please visit Foster Garvey's Summer Associate webpage

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