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Date: September 18, 2023
Foster Garvey Newsroom

Foster Garvey is pleased to announce the arrival of five talented members comprising the firm’s 2023 Fall Class. The inauguration of this year’s class marks continued growth in the firm’s Seattle and New York offices while also adding depth across a variety of practice areas. Several members of the class are returning to Foster Garvey following their participation in the firm’s Summer Associate Program.

“Attracting top legal talent, including individuals who have previously walked our hallways as summer associates, is a testament to the strength of our firm's culture and commitment to strategic and sustainable growth,” said Foster Garvey Chief Operating Officer Scott Flichtbeil. “The addition of this incoming group not only bolsters our internal capabilities but also directly enhances the quality of service we provide to our clients.”

Kate Bradley

Kate Bradley returns to the firm’s Seattle office as an Associate in the Labor, Employment & Immigration practice. She received her J.D. from the University of Washington School of Law, where she was a member of the Women’s Law Caucus and part of the editorial staff for the Washington Law Review. While in law school, Kate gained vital hands-on experience as a 2022 Foster Garvey Summer Associate and as a Legal Extern in the Labor & Employment Section of the Seattle City Attorney’s Office. She received her bachelor’s degree in History with a minor in Political Science from Washington State University.

Kat Cancelliere

Katherine (“Kat”) Cancelliere joins the firm as a Law Clerk in the New York office’s Business & Corporate Finance group. She is a graduate of the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, where she served as Co-President of the school’s Women in Law Society. Katherine’s broad experience includes serving as a Law Clerk and Summer Associate at various Philadelphia-based boutique firms. She also spent a summer during law school with the Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts and gained exposure to several legal areas, including intellectual property and non-profit organization and formation. Katherine holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Communications from West Chester University.

Julie Do

Julie Do makes her return to the firm as an Associate in the Trusts, Estates & Charitable Organizations practice in Seattle. She was the distinguished recipient of Foster Garvey’s 2021 Kenneth L. Schubert Jr. 1L Diversity Fellowship and gained extensive practical experience during her two terms as a Summer Associate. Julie graduated from Seattle University School of Law, where she was a recipient of both the Dean’s Diversity Scholarship and Trustee Scholarship, also serving as VP of Finance for the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board. As a certified public accountant, Julie has significant work experience in tax management, tax reporting, financial business, and integration accounting. She obtained her master’s and bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington.

Julia Doherty

Julia Doherty rejoins Foster Garvey as an Associate in the Litigation practice in Seattle after her time as a 2022 Summer Associate with the firm. She graduated from Seattle University School of Law, where she was an Executive Editor at Large for the Seattle University Law Review, President of the Public Interest Law Foundation, and Executive Vice President of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board. Julia gained valuable research and writing experience as a Judicial Intern for the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington and as a Research Assistant to two professors at Seattle U Law. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California in Religious Studies and International Relations.

Anthony Godwin

Anthony Godwin returns to the firm’s Seattle office as an Associate in the Real Estate, Land Use & Environmental group. Following his experience as a 2022 Summer Associate at Foster Garvey, he received his J.D. from Seattle University School of Law, where he also was the Lead Article Editor for the Seattle University Law Review and a recipient of the Law Community Service Scholarship. Anthony also spent one of his summers during law school, gaining experience at a business and litigation boutique firm in California. Prior to law school, he spent nearly four years serving in the U.S. Army and achieved the rank of Captain and Company Commander while stationed at Fort Hood in Texas. Anthony obtained his bachelor’s degree in Law & Justice from Central Washington University.

“It is exciting to welcome such an accomplished group bringing diverse skill sets and fresh perspectives,” said Georgia Woodruff, Foster Garvey’s Director of Legal Talent & Professional Development. “These incoming class members represent our firm’s next generation of leaders, and we look forward to supporting their career growth as they become integral members of our legal teams.”

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